H&H provides the latest photography tips to professional photographers looking to grow their business. These photography tips help beginners and expirienced photographers alike.
As a professional photographer, it’s important to be well-versed in every aspect of photography. You may find that you lean towards a specific style or category, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to be exposed to other forms of photography. Reading photography books is one way to become exposed to all different styles and viewpoints. […]Read More
Google recently axed it’s easy-to-use Keyword Tool, for a slightly less easy-to-use “Keyword Planner”. The move makes sense for Google, as the Planner integrates much better into AdWords (where Google makes all of its money). The new Planner is a great tool, but a little tricky to use for first timers. Here’s our guide on […]Read More
If done correctly, keeping a blog on a website is one of the most effective ways for photographers to drive business to their studios. “Correctly” is the keyword there though, as it’s actually much harder for photographers (or anyone really) to blog than you would imagine. Keeping a blog on your site can raise search […]Read More
In this video, Bentley will give you a quick demonstration on using one of the designer metal photoshop guides that are posted on the H&H Web Stite, to help create a custom layout for the Posh Designer Metal. Watch the creation process move from the photoshop guide to a finished product ready to order in […]Read More
Google Chrome is quickly becoming the world’s most popular browser and a photographer’s best friend. Learn more about the great extensions you can you to help with your photography! Protect Your Images With These Chrome Extensions: TinEye Reverse Image Search Search By Image Search for your images online to make sure nobody is using them […]Read More
In this video we will explore the difference between image size and file size. These two terms are often used incorrectly. Image size refers to the specific number of pixels in an image and file size refers to the container holding those pixels.Read More