Five summer assignments for yearbook photographers

Here are five suggestions on how to work on being a better yearbook photographer over the summer break.

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April 22, 2000 / Spring 2000 / Staff Management

After a rough year in yearbook, with a staff that wanted to make their own rules; that wanted to break long-standing traditions; that did not want to take responsibility for their own actions; that did not have a lot of confidence; with parents that did not understand that yearbook is not like a “real” class, that it is more like a “real” business; and so on and so forth. Well, let us just say, after all that I knew I needed help in revamping and reorganizing my yearbook journalism class. So, what did I do? As crazy as it may sound, I went to the school’s dance teacher for help.

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