This week we will focus on the new hhschools software. We are committed to making the transition from eZevent to hhschools as seamless as possible. With a variety of training methods in place and planned, we are here to support you and your staff. We’re excited about the new platform that we’ve been building over …Read more »
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It’s time to start thinking spring photography once again. We now have quite a collection of spring photography programs you can select from here at H&H Color Lab. The newest addition is our “Sage Tweed” design theme for 2014. This program is available for both green screen shoots and non-green screen shoots. Sage Tweed is …Read more »
June 19-22. 2013 H&H Color Lab hosted our annual school photography boot camp at H&H University. We had a record number of professional photographers who were going into the school photography business in attendance this year! So many, that we out grew our classroom and held the event off site at the Bordner Event Center …Read more »
If you are a school photographer, you should be in the middle of preparing for your fall season. We put together a checklist for you to use as a starting place for planning for your school season. Read through this list and look at your specific schools, then enter any missing details that you will …Read more »
It’s June and the school year has either finished or is close to finishing for summer break. While you may feel it’s time for a break (and I do too) there are many important things to do to prepare for a SUCCESSFUL upcoming school photography year. One of the most important things school photographers can …Read more »
Marathon Press, Neil Enterprises, and H&H Color Lab, teamed up again this Spring to host the Jumpstart School and Sports photography training. The event was a great success, showing professional photographers how to expand their business through youth sports and school photography in their communities. We spent the week of April 8th traveling around the Midwest …Read more »