White House Custom Colour Tour

Published on: March 15, 2022

Filled Under: Events, Outings, PHOTONS Club

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The Photons Club made it out to White House Custom Colour on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 to tour their production facilities and view some of their products. WHCC has two production facilities in the U.S., both located in Eagan, MN. The location we toured is their headquarters and is a state-of-the-art facility, custom-designed for digital manufacturing.

The hallways are lined with beautiful prints that showcase the high-quality products they create. We were able to see printing in progress, workers die-cutting photo cards, albums being created by hand, and the prep work for getting the photo products ready to ship. We even got to see a few DCTC Photography Grads that are now employees of WHCC!

At the end of the tour we were able to see everything from lay-flat albums, acrylic blocks, metal and canvas prints, wood prints, frame options, and many other unique products up close and personal.

It was a great experience and the Photons thank WHCC for hosting the club.

WHCC is the premier provider of professional photography printing, products, and services beyond the camera — helping professional photographers thrive in their craft and the business of photography.

Visit whcc.com to learn more about the products and services WHCC offers.


Each participant received sample kits of the various paper stocks, print finishes, albums & books, and press prints to take home. Yeah, we were pretty excited!


Scott, Ruthie, and Natasha in the WHCC product samples room.

3 Responses to White House Custom Colour Tour

  1. Ali Plevell says:

    Thanks for sharing your outing experience!

    • Scott Glime says:

      Thanks Ali! It was a great outing and glad we could share a little bit about our visit here. It was also a good reminder that getting our photos off of our memory cards and hard drives onto print media is the last step to truly transforming our works into art.

  2. Darrell Tangen says:

    Awesome! So glad you folks had a chance to visit WHCC. What a great place to celebrate photography.

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