Just like many of you, I am headed to Imaging USA this weekend. I look forward to the Trade Show every year to experience the latest industry trends and products.
H&H is once again introducing innovative new products this year. I am very anxious to stop by their booth and see for myself the products I’ve been told about.
Curved Metals – On a recent trip to the lab, I was fortunate enough to see the proto-types of this product. One word – AWESOME! Available in 10 sizes; square, vertical, horizontal and teardrop shapes – these curved metal prints are great to sit on shelves and desks.
Framed Torn Edge Prints – While these were introduced several months ago – seeing them in person compels adding this product to your product line. They are available in 3 sizes and 3 frame colors and are perfect for setting off your special image.
Jewelry – Hannah Collection – The addition of the Hannah Collection to the existing jewelry line is another innovation that allows the photographer add-on sales opportunities. The Hannah line offers magnetic images that attach to a base pendant. This allows for the images to be changed out, creating different jewelry pieces in an instant. Pearls, lockets, bracelets are all part of the new Hannah line – it’s very high quality and innovative – of course!
Albums – Exciting additions of eclectic fashion covers provide a larger variety and new look for your clients. Canvas, fabrics, embossed faux leathers, and sparkly “bling” covers will make your albums shine! Additionally, the rumor is that new paper choices will follow in February – including fine art matte, watercolor, linen, and recycled, just to mention a few . I believe that the H&H albums are the best in the industry and the cost is amazing!
If you are going to Imaging – you’ll want to stop by and see these and more new products from H&H Color Lab.
Guest post written by Teri Ritter of Teri Ritter Photography. Teri has been in photography industry for 10 years in San Diego, CA and Dexter, MI, specializing in families, seniors, and babies. Teri is also a Marketing Consultant and enjoys sharing marketing ideas and plans which boost the bottom line for professional photographers everywhere.