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Yearbook Photography 101

Introduction to photography concepts for yearbook staff.
by

Brendan McCann

on 14 September 2014

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Transcript of Yearbook Photography 101

Techniques
COMPOSITION
Point of View
Leading Lines
Repetition
Framing
Selective Focus
The Big Categories
PHOTOGRAPHY
Spot the better shot.
Spot the better shot.
During the event
Pair up and discuss how you can cover the most diversity at each event
PHOTOGRAPHY
Fill the Frame
Leading Lines
The Basics
PHOTOGRAPHY
Reaction
Selective Focus
Repetition
Action
Point of View
RULE OF THIRDS
Photo is divided into thirds vertically & horizontally: subject is placed on one of the intersecting lines or hot spots\
Before the event
PHOTOGRAPHY
Familiarize yourself with the event
Know who to talk to, where to be and when.
Create a list of coverage possibilities
Use Before, During, After as your guide
Equipment Check
Memory card? Battery? Flash? Monopod?


Yearbook Photography 101
Mr. Brendan McCann
@canyonyearbook
Photos make the yearbook.
So make your photos count.
Camera Mode
ISO Setting
f-stop/aperture
Shutter Speed
Exposure meter
Work with another staffer
Move around and shoot from a variety of angles.
Cover all your bases
Experiment with the various camera functions and settings.
Start out simple with settings you know.
Take Some Risks
Action
Candid photos capturing peak of action moments.
Posed
Posed photos featuring unique personalities and individuals.
Reaction
Candid photos highlighting emotional responses.
Framing
Posed
Feature faces
. This is a book about students, so we need to see their faces.
Composition
Shooting
Mode
Dial
Adjustment
Dial
Composition
refers to how photos are “framed” or organized.
Candid Photography
The majority of photos in a yearbook should be
candid
shots where subjects are acting naturally. Candid photos allow viewers to take part in the moment in time.
Camera Anatomy
AF/MF
Control
Zoom Ring
Focus Ring
Press 1/2 to focus in AF
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