You may have heard about the recent closing of Walmart and Sears portrait studios across the country. While these businesses were certainly competitors to H&H Color Lab’s family of independent professional portrait photographers, these portrait companies fill a need for the consumer and help differentiate the higher end portrait photographer’s business. I do not know …Read more »
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Jumpstart School and Sports……where we’ve been and where we are going with Professional School and Sports Photography
The concept of a Jumpstart School and Sports tour begin out of a need for good solid professional sports photography education. H&H Color Lab, Neil Enterprises and Marathon Press began talking about this concept 4 years ago when SPAA (Sports Photographers Association of America) discontinued their education tour. The mission statement of the newly formed …Read more »
Have you heard of the new Sports Club H&H has started for professional youth sports photography? If not, you need to join! I did and am very excited to be part of the inaugural year. As a member of the sports club, you receive the product of the year at a discounted price for the …Read more »
I have had many opportunities to talk to photographers who are trying to transition into the volume (school and sports) business. One question that I often get is “how have you grown your business so rapidly over the last couple of years?” My response is “It is a choice”. Then I get this puzzled look …Read more »
Sports photography continues to evolve and we continue to grow and respond to consumers’ desires and the market conditions. Here are five items for you to consider for your sports photography! 1) H&H is known for having one of the largest selections of add-on products in the industry. I have been encouraging photographers to limit …Read more »
We ask about diversification in our retirement portfolio, but I would like to suggest that you ask it about your studio’s business. I had an opportunity to attend Imaging USA and speak with many studio owners. Almost everyone that I talked with said that their business had softened particularly on the wedding and senior side. …Read more »