Walsworth Yearbooks announces winners of 2017 Photo Contest

The 2017 Photo Contest ended up becoming the largest ever for Walsworth Yearbooks, with more than 4,400 entries.

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May 25, 2017 / Coverage / Staff Fun / Theme

For their 2017 yearbook, the staff at Timber Creek High School in Fort Worth, Texas, chose the unifying, inclusive theme of “Shine Brighter Together.” That’s why when students received their books earlier this months and began flipping through the People section, they found a portrait of service dog Soldier Campbell mixed in with the freshmen,…

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It’s time to start thinking about your next yearbook. Even though this year’s book is not finished, you need to think about what you can do this spring to ensure a smooth transition from one book to the next and from one staff to the next. While your current staff is busily covering the current…

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For many Online Design schools, first deadlines arrive in January. Portrait pages are likely to be included in that deadline. You might think you have all the bases covered, but there’s a chance you might be forgetting something. Over on Yearbook Help, we’ve compiled a list of 10 portrait and index tips you should know,…

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September 29, 2016 / Coverage / News / Photography

Covering the annual homecoming football game is standard business for yearbook staffs. Finding a unique, meaningful story from the event becomes the challenge. That won’t be an issue this year for the staff at Walsworth Yearbooks school Fossil Ridge High School in Keller, Texas. On Sept. 9, at halftime of Fossil Ridge’s homecoming game, football…

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May 30, 2016 / Coverage

This Memorial Day holiday weekend symbolizes the unofficial arrival of summer to most people. Many schools have already let out for the year, but the coverage by your yearbook staff doesn’t have to grind to a halt for the next few months. Student life will keep going over the summer, so your yearbook coverage should…

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March 24, 2016 / Ask Mike / Coverage / Spring 2016

Open up some random photo folders on your computers and look carefully at the pictures saved for your yearbook. Do you notice that many photos are of one person? This is particularly noticeable in certain sports such as golf, tennis and swimming. Having one person in a photograph is great. More than likely, this person…

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February 3, 2016 / Copywriting / Coverage

Coming up with an interesting angle for a yearbook story can often be a challenge. Either the angle is too vague, or too specific, and it’s nearly impossible to cover the story. Finding an angle that’s just right will help with writing the story later on. But many writers find themselves stumped when it comes…

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February 1, 2016 / Coverage

As the 2016 school year is nearing an end, your yearbook staff may already have a plan for including coverage in your book of the year’s most memorable news events. However many staffs don’t have the time and resources to cover the year’s biggest national news stories. Which is where Walsworth Yearbooks can help with…

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