Do you know your senior yearbook photo guidelines?
At Della Vita Portrait Studio we aim to capture a yearbook image that you are thrilled to submit. In order to do that, most schools have guidelines that must be met for your photo to be accepted into their yearbook. Some of the schools that we work with have provided us with their requirements and they are listed below. If you do not see your high school’s yb requirements listed, then it is our recommendation that you come prepared with an outfit that meets your school’s dress code requirements.
Ultimately, it is your responsibility to ensure that you are aware of your high school’s yearbook guidelines. For example, it might not be enough for you to simply meet the dress code. You should know if your school does or does not allow outdoor images, black and white, sepia tone, busy backgrounds, half length or three quarter length images, etc. As you can see below, every school is different and many schools will provide you with this information. Your yearbook advisor may include this info in a school newsletter or in a letter sent to your home. We suggest calling the school office if you’ve misplaced the yearbook requirement information sent to you. If you simply cannot get a hold of your school yearbook guidelines and requirements, take a look at the ones listed below and use your best judgement.
DELLA VITA PORTRAIT STUDIO’S YEARBOOK IMAGE POLICY:
We put your yearbook photo on a disc.
We give the disc to you.
You turn it into school before yearbook deadline.
Your yearbook advisor does a happy dance.