Your yearbook’s photos tell a story all on their own, but sometimes they need a bit of help to tell their tale. Captioning your yearbook photos is an awesome way to help you remember the good times.
Have you ever counted the number of hours you’ve spent with your form group? You’ve shared the majority of your teenage years with these people, whether you stay in touch, or not, they will always be a part of your life. To remember just how much you’ve grown together here…
Photo booths are a bundle of fun for students of any age and can be as simple, or high-tech as you wish. Photo booth photos are versatile enough to suit a number of yearbook pages – student (and teacher) profile pages, photo collage/montage pages, friendship groups and prom photo pages.
You have to include loads of pictures in your yearbook. It’s a must. But you don’t have to feature photo pages that are essentially just lots of pictures. You can be way more creative than that.
Photo pages are generally exactly what the title suggests. Pages of photo’s. No comments, no titles, just let the pictures do the talking.
Photo pages are ideal for displaying photos of trips, tutor groups, friendship groups, drama productions, and much much more. They are often some of the most popular pages in the yearbook.
Three steps to putting your photo pages together
Including photos from the first year in school (e.g. Year 7 for a Year 11 Yearbook) can add a lot of interest to the yearbook as your journey through school comes to an end. Here are a couple of ideas for including first year of school photos in your yearbook: