Class of 2021 Yearbook Specs


Moon Area High School Senior Portrait--Specs for Yearbook 2021 Congratulations, Class of 2021! Here are some common questions and answers about the senior portraits published in the yearbook. Please read the following carefully and share this information with your parents/guardians and photographer. 1. What should I do first, and how soon should I do it? Call your photographer immediately to schedule a session. The whole portrait taking and making process can be quite lengthy, so you should have your picture taken no later than October 31st. Keep in mind, the fall is very busy for most photographers, so call now. Studio Ten is currently our school photographer. If you choose another photographer, it is your responsibility to inform the photographer of the requirements. Photos not meeting the requirements (see below) will not be accepted. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Burgess via email: 2. What are the yearbook picture specifications for our high school publication? Size: 2 x 3 COLOR photo (No black & white, sepia, vintage, etc.) Finish: Digital file (jpeg) at least 300 dpi, largest file size possible Pose: Professional shot, looking at the camera, may be outside, avoid hands near face; no hats; no landscape orientations; no excessive close-ups* *Head size in photo should be approx. 1 inch or 1.25 inches. No larger. Submit: Email to 3. What is the due date for senior pictures? Your senior picture yearbook due date is Thursday, December 31, 2020. 4. What if I cannot afford the sitting fee or the picture packages? A student picture day with Studio Ten is typically coordinated in the fall. They will be taking individual pictures of everyone. There is no obligation to purchase your student picture, but this is a cost-free and efficient way to have your picture taken and submitted to the yearbook. Pictures taken by Studio Ten on this day meet the yearbook specifications. While there is no formal requirement for attire, please dress accordingly. Students have also created beautiful senior portraits with a family member or friend who is proficient with a camera. This is a free or low-cost option that works, too.

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