The High School Yearbook
Looking back at high school can produce wonderful memories. No doubt that time dims the heartache over that first crush, and the total embarrassment of a bad case of acne and that foul ball that lost the biggest game of the season. As time passes, those memories fade and are replaced by others, more fond. And as more time passes, all the memories begin to grow dim. Finally, there's only one thing that can prompt that walk down memory lane - the high school yearbook. Working on the high school yearbook was usually an honor and was proudly displayed on those early resumes. Perhaps you were the person with the camera, always on the lookout for awesome pictures that would set this high school yearbook apart from all others. You waited in classrooms, camera ready, as students filed in. A look of surprise or amazement was a trophy. A popular athlete in a fabulous play was an awesome addition to this high school yearbook. The best photos were the candid shots, to be included in the pages after the photos of the lower classmen. The best candid shots were those in which no one knew the photographer was aiming his camera. The high school yearbook editor was the one who spent hours pouring over pages of proofs, making a mark here and correcting a cutline there. The high school yearbook would, after all, go home with the majority of the students. Most would pay little attention to the thousands of details that had gone together to make the yearbook a success. Those in charge of layout were given some strict guidelines - be sure to use page space wisely, but leave some blank spaces. After all, what good would the high school yearbook be if it weren't filled with silly sayings and the signatures of fellow classmates!
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