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Yearbook Page Idea: Be Creative with Wacky Wednesday

Yearbook page titled "Wacky Wednesday," with pictures of students in crazy outfits.

I’m not longer updating this site, but you can find more yearbook page ideas┬áin the yearbook category of my new website, Rockin’ Photogs.

It’s common for a senior class to have some kind of senior or spirit week. The senior advisor organizes a series of days where students dress up according to different themes. These days make excellent yearbook page ideas, and you can get a ton of great pictures to fill up a page or a spread for each day.

This particular page is “Wacky Wednesday,” from our 2010 yearbook. The idea was kind of open, and the students were told to be creative. Wear something crazy, wacky, and weird. People went for mis-matching outfits. One kid wore his clothes backwards. Everybody looked a little… crazy. But it was fun! And the pictures were awesome.

So if you’re hard up for ideas for pages to include in your yearbook, start with senior week. Organize one with the senior advisor, and have a wacky wednesday. Assuming your kids are creative, you’ll have plenty of material to fill your layout, and you’ll have a brand new, creative, yearbook page.

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Digital Photography How To is intended to be a guide to people learning how to use their digital SLR cameras. Three years ago, I had never picked up a camera; now, I produce a yearbook every year and I moonlight as a professional photographer.

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Digital Photography How To is written by Brian Rock. In addition to being a photographer, he's an educator. He teaches high school history, he's the advisor of the school yearbook, and he trains his kids to do all of the photography for the yearbook.

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