Photography tips, Photo lab news, photography services, and more written by distinguished guest bloggers. Each post is written exclusively for H&H Color Lab to help our customer base of professional photographers.
This month’s video blog post is about sharing creative ways to use the 12 Days of Christmas Sale sale and use it to sell unique products at a significant discount… by taking advantage of the shots you’ve already captured this year. The sale begins on November 15 and runs through Monday the 26th – […]Read More
Guest post by Georgia McCabe – As an author, speaker, trainer and social media and photography evangelist, her perspectives on social media appear in print in her newest book entitled “SocialMorphosis – Transforming Your Business through Social Media”. Georgia is also a co-author of the book “The Relationship Age”, with social media guru Mari Smith. Georgia is […]Read More
As my senior season rolls into the holiday season, I am reviewing my product line up as I always do this time of year. I find it amazing that not many photographers carry H&H slim wraps. My seniors and families love it! It is one of my best sellers! I show slim wraps in a […]Read More
New H&H Color Lab customer, The Rye Studio, is interviewed by Georgia McCabe to share how their Studio uses Facebook for maximum engagement and relationship marketing. The Rye Studio is located in Stilwell Kansas, south of Kansas City, and run by Rye and her husband Chase. Fun little fact – the building where Rye’s photo studio is […]Read More
Happy autumn, everybody! Are you loving these cooler days as much as I am? I notice that although it’s early fall, I am seeing lots of changes where I am, including shifts in color and light that create new shapes the summer lushness had covered up. And under that, I’m starting to seeing the “bones […]Read More
As we begin photographing for the holiday season, cards play a big part of the overall product mix. I view cards as a marketing tool as much as, if not more than, a profit center. Based on that strategy – I price cards with a different profit margin in mind than placed on the majority […]Read More