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School registrations have begun across the country. School portraits for ID cards and yearbook use have become part of this process, and delivering quality school photo ID cards prior to a school’s first event or intended usage is crucial to retaining school contracts! If you are servicing a school this year for the first time […]

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It’s the middle of July and in about two weeks some of you will be starting your 2011-2012 school photography season.  If you are a seasoned school photographer you probably started your preparations for the upcoming year before school was out in June, if you didn’t H&H can help. One of the most important things […]

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We have offered green screen to the professional school photographers who use our photolab for three seasons and it has been a wonderful tool.  There is no question we have increased our sales and enjoyed a competitive edge from this technology.  The big guys in the school photography business are also finding that the ability […]

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H&H is announcing a series of new products for independent professional photographers using green screen image capture technology.  The concept behind these new photo products is that the green screen customer image need only be captured once but can be reused many times over to create unique, exciting and dynamic personalized photo products, not only […]

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Ron Fleckal brings us an update on what the school portrait photographer should be doing now to prepare for the upcoming school year.  Here are the things that should be completed in October: Order and deliver all promised service items ( admin CDs, yearbook CDs, service prints, etc. ) from all schools where retakes and makeup […]

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Ron Fleckal brings us an update on what the school portrait photographer should be doing now to prepare for the upcoming school year.  This would also be a good time to review his tips from July.  Here are the things that should be completed in August: 1. Practice, practice, practice. Rehearse all upcoming shoots using […]

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