Friday, February 27, 2009

Getting Creative

I think our yearbook staff this year is struggling with taking unique pictures that are fun and artistic. Even though we are in a yearbook class, we still need that photography skill involved in order to make a interesting photos that students will look forward to. So lets get started by finding new angles that would make a picture "pop" and be noticed, looking for different objects to take pictures of, or by using the rule of thirds. Be creative.

After all, it's a "look book."

1 comment:

  1. I completely agree with everything here except that you can easily crop the photos to use the rule of thirds. And sometimes by zooming in on a photo too close, it becomes unusable for the yearbook- no matter how awesome it looks.