Presented by Phyllis Kuykendall

Saturday, October 13, 2018
8:30 AM – 10 AM

This program will be full of helpful information and tips for volume photography to empower you for success. Having photographed volume (cheer, preschools, band, drill team, etc.) for 8 plus years, I have streamlined the process for both before and after the shoot. You will learn how to effectively light, design and pose preschool students. You will learn the processes I have developed over years and how to make it work for you.

A lot of people shy away from volume photography, some may say its not so glamorous, but, it does have its perks. Volume photography can be a great source of income for your studio.

This class will cover how Phyllis handles volume photography, from photographing pre-schools, bands, drill teams, cheerleaders and volleyball clubs; and these techniques can be used for any large group. She will share her very simplistic approach without needing a lot of bells and whistles for preparing for the shoot, the day of the shoot and using on-line galleries for your sales. No fancy software required.

We will discuss how to keep track of each person’s name, post processing, online ordering, packaging and delivery of orders. Phyllis will also share how she creates folders for ordering using WHCC pic-a-pack, and her packaging for volume work.

You will also learn how to prepare for cheer, volleyball clubs, drill teams, and bands from start to finish. You will have a live demonstration with preschool students, and be able to walk away with a proven system of techniques and tools to help you in the volume and event photography market.

This program will show you how easy volume photography can be.



Meet the Speaker: I own and operate Lilly Blue Photography located in the Fort Worth/Keller, Texas area. I have had a successful senior business for the last 10 years, as well as a successful volume photography market for the last 8 years. I have enjoyed competing in the photography industry and have been blessed to have been awarded the Fuji Award and Texas Top 10 for 4 out of the 5 years competing. I earned my CPP in 2010 and this past January I received my Masters of Photography in San Antonio, Texas. I have served as President of our local guild and am currently working on my Photographic Craftsman and Master Artist Degrees. I am happily married, have three beautiful children, and two amazing grand boys.