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Jason Reagin
Department Chair of Design and Visual Arts

Yearbook creation with Adobe

How are schools/teacher/students using various Adobe products to create the school yearbook? Which product are you using, in what way are you using it?

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Carly Manhart

Posted on 4/15/19 3:02:00 AM   Permalink


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My students create the yearbook at our school. We use InDesign for the final compilation of the book, but throughout the process we use a ton of Illustrator, Photoshop, and Lightroom. For example, we use Illustrator to create interesting titles and graphics. We use Photoshop to edit backgrounds (for instance, students that miss our school picture day, we take their photos and edit the background so it matches the background of the rest of the students' pictures). We use Lightroom for basic color/lighting retouching.

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Carly Manhart

Posted on 4/15/19 3:02:00 AM Permalink


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My students create the yearbook at our school. We use InDesign for the final compilation of the book, but throughout the process we use a ton of Illustrator, Photoshop, and Lightroom. For example, we use Illustrator to create interesting titles and graphics. We use Photoshop to edit backgrounds (for instance, students that miss our school picture day, we take their photos and edit the background so it matches the background of the rest of the students' pictures). We use Lightroom for basic color/lighting retouching.

Jason Reagin

Posted on 4/15/19 3:06:55 AM Permalink

Carly,

Thank you for your reply!​ At the moment we are all InDesign, as we have an outside company doing all of the photo prep, but I can present this as a possibility moving forward!

Thank you!

Jason