Like most advisers, Shawnee Mission South’s Tucker Love was a little unsure how the book would happen. But as the year continued, he watched his staffers step up and deftly navigate the challenges.
Overall. Medium. Detail. These three types of shots provide viewers with a better understanding of the scene and tell more of the story. Part of our “Understanding Photography” series, this post
Are you all done with nothing to do? Post-yearbook, here are three projects to keep your staff engaged and on task.
If you finished your yearbook, we hope you took a week off to celebrate, relax
If you’ve already made the impossible happen, it’s time to look at other possibilities. Focus your energy on building book excitement and selling additional copies.
Congratulations to seven Balfour schools for being named 2020 Pacemaker Winners Saturday by the National Scholastic Press Association. NSPA announced the 28 winners at a virtual awards ceremony
Grab your cameras and cell phones! It’s just about time to enter our semiannual photography contest. Creativity is a must with two brand new categories: “A Twist on Tradition” and “Textures.”
Nelson Mandela’s famous quote resonates as advisers struggle with what seems like an impossible task—finishing the yearbook. While the pandemic has amplified that struggle, we know you can find
No one wants a year as difficult as this one again. Tackle part of the challenge by recruiting new students for the journalism program and the yearbook staff.
Two Balfour schools received 2021 Gold Crowns from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Friday, March 19, 2021. Four high school yearbooks won Silver Crowns.For the second consecutive year,