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todays make up. u like it?
Pure Skill, With Swag.
Picture and editing : Sandy Swanson
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Another Priceless Moment To Go Down In History.Picture and editing : Sandy SwansonTwitter : @Swandyyy Flickr : SandySwansonPhotography
SMILEBACK.Model : Claire ThompsonPicture and editing : Sandy SwansonTwitter : @Swandyyy Flickr : SandySwansonPhotography
Just another day, Just another pair of Nikes.Picture and editing : Sandy SwansonTwitter : @Swandyyy Flickr : SandySwansonPhotography
I decided to do something different with the editing by overlapping 3 pictures. Go easy on me…. #TimeToTryNewThings.Model : Claire Thompson Picture and editing : Sandy SwansonTwitter : @Swandyyy Flickr : SandySwansonPhotography
My Yearbook Advanced Layout!NOTE: In the final spread, it would not just be a picture frame for the secondary coverage section. I plan for it to be the person who has been quoted for that secondary coverage. They will also be posing with the picture frame, with a picture inside of the frame that shows the reader it was a unique vacation, aka; ‘Road Less Traveled On’.
AMAAAZING. urhajos:

1000 Doors by Choi Jeong-Hwa
Dancing at a party… myferrettumbles: Expectation Reality (via myferrettumbles-deactivated2012)

Dancing at a party…

This Is Stunning. despicablealexis:

Spegazzini Glaciar by RicardoBevilaqua
SECOND DEADLINE REVIEW:         TRUTH OR DARE I was assigned with ‘Junior Section’ for second deadline. There was three other people I worked with everyday for about a month or so. By working with other people it really took off a lot of stress, since it was more a team atmosphere rather then being alone. The positives (for me) of having more people in a deadline is, you can split up the work and find everyone’s strengths and use them to your advantage. For this deadline we had 6 different secondary topics to come up with. Something important that we had to consider when brainstorming topics was even though we loved the idea, we had to make sure the readers loved it too. It was also important to us that we didn’t do something that would be “the same in every school”. Things that standout, and are specific to BHS were the types of stories we wanted to share with the rest of our BHS classmates and faculty.   We tried to accomplish this goal of unique stories by coming up with our Ginger, Technology Nightmares, Best Moments in High School, 6 Words No One Knows, Future Spouse, and Truth or Dare. The Truth or Dare spread was a lot of fun to work on. We made sure to get at least 6-8 stories of truth or dare situations. It didn’t matter if there was only going to be 4 people on the spread. We wanted to make sure we got some of the best truth or dare stories in our school. We did all of our interviews and made sure we got the solid details. We also wanted the persons truth or dare to stand out in their photo. To show this, we described there quotes in the picture by their poses and we added a prop that was in their quotes to draw the readers attention. We wanted it to explain their situations/stories in there photo as well as possible. We did this because most people who look at yearbooks look at pictures and shy away from a lot of text.  Overall, I think we did very well on accomplishing our goals on this section. Our group also made it a better section by working together and taking everyone’s ideas in to consideration!

SECOND DEADLINE REVIEW:

        TRUTH OR DARE

I was assigned with ‘Junior Section’ for second deadline. There was three other people I worked with everyday for about a month or so. By working with other people it really took off a lot of stress, since it was more a team atmosphere rather then being alone. The positives (for me) of having more people in a deadline is, you can split up the work and find everyone’s strengths and use them to your advantage.

For this deadline we had 6 different secondary topics to come up with. Something important that we had to consider when brainstorming topics was even though we loved the idea, we had to make sure the readers loved it too. It was also important to us that we didn’t do something that would be “the same in every school”. Things that standout, and are specific to BHS were the types of stories we wanted to share with the rest of our BHS classmates and faculty.  

We tried to accomplish this goal of unique stories by coming up with our Ginger, Technology Nightmares, Best Moments in High School, 6 Words No One Knows, Future Spouse, and Truth or Dare.

The Truth or Dare spread was a lot of fun to work on. We made sure to get at least 6-8 stories of truth or dare situations. It didn’t matter if there was only going to be 4 people on the spread. We wanted to make sure we got some of the best truth or dare stories in our school. We did all of our interviews and made sure we got the solid details. We also wanted the persons truth or dare to stand out in their photo. To show this, we described there quotes in the picture by their poses and we added a prop that was in their quotes to draw the readers attention. We wanted it to explain their situations/stories in there photo as well as possible. We did this because most people who look at yearbooks look at pictures and shy away from a lot of text. 

Overall, I think we did very well on accomplishing our goals on this section. Our group also made it a better section by working together and taking everyone’s ideas in to consideration!