Making It Work, Part 1

How are schools around the country telling the story of the year? Check out this series as we highlight the incredible work yearbook staffs are doing under unusual circumstances. Yearbook staffs have had to find new ways to cover what's happening at their school, and they've done an incredible job so far!

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December 2, 2015 / Copywriting

Many yearbook staffs have already begun dealing with their first page deadlines of the year, with even more submission dates still to come. Meeting deadlines and good proofreading are equally important. You can’t have one without the other if you want to have an outstanding yearbook. Fortunately, we have some resources here at walsworthyearbooks.com that…

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June 12, 2009 / Photography

Student photographers are not just “shooters,” they must also be meticulous editors of their work and the work of their “friends”.

In the working profession of photojournalism, most publications have photojournalists who do most of the shooting and photo editors who select, crop, size and assist with layout and design of pages and spreads. In scholastic photojournalism, however, each individual photographer often serves in both roles, shooting assignments as well as assisting staffers in the selection of the most appropriate photos for a publication.

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