Posts Tagged "web"

Living Through A New and Improved Facebook…Again!

Once again Facebook has unilaterally improved (changed) their user interface and its capabilities. Like it or not it’s a whole new ballgame…again! Georgia takes you through a quick update of the changes.  As an author, speaker, trainer and social media and photography evangelist, her perspectives entitled “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Friends…or Enemies” appear ...Read more »

Finding Inspiration for your Photography

Today we’d like to offer a guest blog post, written by Teri Ritter, of Teri Ritter Photography.  Teri has been in business 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 ...Read more »

Boosting Sales with School Photography

Summer is the time to move your school business forward by reinforcing existing contacts and by making new contacts.  Because this is the time of year when employees step into new positions, your point of contact may change.   So be sure to determine who your contact is and reinforce that relationship via mail, email or ...Read more »

5 Skills for School Photographers

Jeff Edwards, of Jeff Edwards Studio in Milwaukee, WI, was here at H&H last week, helping teach our School Boot Camp classes.  He is a 33 year veteran in the school picture business. Jeff started his career working for a large senior contract studio. In 1987, he opened his own studio with two locations and a ...Read more »

Dog Days of Summer Contest Winner

We had several entries in our Dog Days of Summer photography contest, and the expert panel of judges (H&H employees) have finished judging.  Believe it or not, we had a TIE!  First, the runners up: And the two winning images, both submitted by the same photographer: Thank you for playing along.  Fritz, enjoy your two ...Read more »

This Professional Photographer Can’t Live Without It

I was recently asked in the context of photography what was the one thing that I could not live without. As I thought about it, I realized that it would be very difficult to narrow this down to just one item. In actuality there were several different areas that in each, there was a piece ...Read more »
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