As final deadlines are hitting for many yearbook staffs, it might be the right time for your staff to consider an all-night work night.
What if students had the ability to leave more than just a written signature in the yearbook? What if they could leave a video message along with their signature, allowing their friends to remember how they look and act today? Now, they can with Walsworth’s Yearbook Shout.
Yearbook adviser Damian Gomm and the yearbook staff at Strayer Middle School in Quakertown, Pa., were the winners of a brand spanking new iPad Air in this year’s Walsworth Pick 6 marketing contest.
Your yearbook staff can make some New Year’s resolutions for the 2014 book, especially since production is really about to hit the stretch run for many staffs. Here are some ideas!
A trip into New York City for the holidays, dining at Radio City Music Hall and close seats to Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular show – it’s a dream day that 31 yearbook advisers and students recently got to experience when they attended the Walsworth Yearbooks Fall Premiere.
Several yearbook staffs are seeing a huge boost in sales this year by trying out the tactic of holding a one-day sales event.
Online Design has a Tag Photo feature that enables you to attach names to your images, simplifying caption writing and improving your ability to track student appearances in the book.
In 20 years when you open your yearbook, you’ll want to flip through pages that truly reflect what made your high school experience unique. Although many things are the same at high schools, each one provides its own experiences in a typical day that make it different.
Whether you have an image that is underexposed (too dark) or overexposed (too bright), you can easily correct it by adjusting the overall tone, or variance of light and dark in the image.
You may like the way photos appear on your computer monitor screen – bright and vibrant. However, you cannot trust your monitor – what you see on your screen may not be what your images actually look like. Think about calibrating, or color balancing, your computer monitors.