STEP 1 -Determine if the issue will be covered by considering the following points:
Idea File Supplement
Master class schedule, School calendar, List of page submission deadlines….
At least one quality point & shoot camera and one 35-mm cam- era system with an interchangeable lens system for sports events. Buy as many cameras as possible because good photographs are the first ingredient of a good yearbook.
Perhaps the most common reason to crop a photo is to get it to fit a layout. This is fine if the photo has some areas that can be removed without ruining it. However, when cropping to fit lessens the visual effectiveness of a good photo, it is time to change the layout or select another image.
Getting caught up in sports action is fine for fans, but editors need to look beyond the contact sheet frames showing action on the field. When the game-winning play fails to score or a key player is out of a big game, it is the easily overlooked sideline image that often tells the story best.
A photo can tell several stories, depending on how it is cropped. Leaving this photo full-frame shows the three runners who are leading the pack of bunched-up runners farther back.
Material presented in the clearest, most obvious way. Commonly presented preceded by numbers or bullets. Great way to unload lists of names, awards, etc. from the body of feature copy.
What Was Your Biggest Fear? Do You Smoke, infographic examples.
1998 Tukwet and 1998 Tread theme development packages.
Traditionally, a yearbook’s cover, endsheets, title page, opening, closing and division spreads together form the book’s theme development package. On these theme pages, both the verbal and the visual are important. Recurring motifs-words, graphic elements, and designs-link these pages just as the theme or unifying idea links the sections of the book.