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In this video you will see how to evaluate the exposure of a portrait using Adobe Photoshop – this is a great tool to use when you are unsure about your monitors calibration, or if you have a display that cannot show the correct brightness or contrast.  

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metal photo print tips

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 […]

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speed tips for mac finder

In this silent movie, watch Bentley show you a couple of easy tips that you can add to your Mac Finder to help optimize your workflow. You will see how to add icons to your finder bar, and then use them to open images into Adobe Photoshop, or browse folders of images in Adobe Bridge. […]

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Earlier this year, H&H Color Lab’s friends at Triple Scoop Music called and asked if we wanted to participate in a group of professional photography companies to promote WPPI using very high end film makers.  It sounded like a great idea so we got on board. What came out of it was a lot of fun.  First “Change Your […]

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Georgia McCabe takes us through some useful tips and tricks for optimizing Facebook activities. Interesting ways for navigating Facebook and for getting the most for your efforts. As an author, speaker, trainer and social media and photography evangelist, her perspectives entitled “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Friends…or Enemies” appear in print in the book […]

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Guest Post By Georgia McCabe Georgia outlines some quick tips to help professional photographers get the most from Facebook with tricks for uploading longer posts and images, as well as surmounting some of its limitations.

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