Digital Photography Workshop with Allume Photographer Kim DeLoach

“My oven doesn’t make good cakes, my guitars don’t play good music, and my camera doesn’t take good photos…and neither does yours. It’s a pet peeve of all photographers only because it simply isn’t true…


“Your camera takes really good photos” consistently only when the one holding it knows how to use it.


YOU can take really good photos!


So join me pre-conference for the Digital Photography Workshop and let’s take that camera off Program so you can begin to master the art of photography! We will study components of the camera, composition and lighting so that you can create eye catching photography that compliments your words to tell your story best!


We will begin with an overview of camera settings, composition, and lighting then we’ll move into the streets of Greenville for hands on practice and personal instruction. Please bring your DSLR camera and its manual to class.

Instructor Information: Hi! I’m Kim DeLoach, SC Portrait and Wedding Photographer for more than a decade.


I love light! I think every subject can become an object of sheer beauty when just the right light hits it and I love capturing that beauty for my clients. I’m so excited to be heading up the photography team for Allume for the second year. I can’t wait to see all of you!

Dedra Herod

Dedra Herod is wife to a husband that refuses to be tamed, mom to 3 adult kiddos, 1 fabulous son-in-love and 1 fantastic soon to be son-in-love that make her laugh and feel incredibly blessed. Her desire is to always have a home where everyone loves to hang out, as long as they clean up after themselves. She owns her own consulting company and is serving as National Conference Event Planner and Keynote Producer for the Outcomes Conference in Dallas, TX, as well as the Director of Operations for the Allume Media, LLC in Greenville, SC.

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    Your photos are stunning, Dedra–especially the one catching light (and sparks!) under that umbrella. I can make even the old Instamatic photos blurry! You have a real gift. I love these statements here: “I love light! I think every subject can become an object of sheer beauty when just the right light hits it.” That sounds like what an Impressionist artist would have said. And it sounds like what a Christian knows. When we bring God’s light to everything in our world, it lights up with His beauty.
    Blessings to you in your photographic art.
    Lynn Morrissey