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How the Photo Day Experience Works:

Whether you are a veteran photo coordinator or a first time parent responsible for setting up “picture day”, here are some tips on what to consider when setting up for individual or team photographers: • How many teams and individuals need to be shot?

• Location:   Indoors is always best. We can provide backdrops, personnel, and equipment to cover even the largest group.

• Timing:   Typically, most sports (excluding football, cheer, and other sports with larger teams) don’t need more that fifteen minutes to photograph a given team and ALL the individuals. With the new digital technology and the ability to preview on site, we can eliminate blinks, blurs, and bland images before they come out of the lab. Keep the light in mind. Time of day, direction of sun, etc. are important considerations to keep in mind when we schedule any photo shoot.

• At least one week before picture day, please provide us with a schedule or list of players, coaches, and sponsors. That will help us prepare our staff with equipment and materials for the shoot.

• Keep a list or log of comments, good or bad from your organization. It’s important that we hear about any complaints or concerns in a timely and efficient manner. We want to take care of your organization and help you with any problems.

• Please make plans or other arrangements for a Rain Date in case of inclement weather.

• Have a team or parent representative on hand to assist and act as a liaison between our staff and your organization.

• Book early and avoid holidays!

• If the weather isn’t great, we also offer Green Screen shooting capability!

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