Class of 2021
Senior Portrait & Quote Information for Flambeau Yearbook
Deadline to submit photo and quote - Friday, Oct. 2
Senior photos must be a formal head-and-shoulder portrait. If a student will not have a traditional portrait taken, we will use his school ID photo for the yearbook.
Important details to share with your photographer:
- Photo style: All yearbook senior portraits are formal, indoor studio head-and-shoulder shots – your photographer will know what this means. Your son must wear a dress shirt and tie (suit/sport coat is strongly encouraged). Your son may be photographed in various poses and outfits during a photo session, but the pose sent for the yearbook must be the formal shot.
- Photographers: The official photographer for MUHS is Visual Image Photography (VIP). They are very familiar with our yearbook specifications. If you choose to use another photographer, please communicate the specifications below.
- Digital file format: The Flambeau accepts only digital files – either JPG/JPEG or TIFF. You may email the image to email@example.com. Hard copies will not be accepted. The file name should be titled Lastname_Firstname.
- File size: The yearbook photo must be at least 2"x3" and 300 dpi. The file size should be at least 1 MB.
- Deadline to submit senior photos: Friday, Oct. 2.
- Alternate photo: If your son will not have a traditional portrait taken, that is not a problem; we will use his school ID photo for the yearbook.
- Senior quotes: The deadline for senior quotes is also Friday, Oct. 2. These should be mature statements that are appropriate for all audiences. Students will receive more information about quotes via their school email.
- Senior farewell ads: These ads appear in the back of the yearbook. Information will be sent at a later date. Ads will be due the first week of April.
- Yearbook distribution: 2020 yearbooks can be picked up in September-October 2020.
- Alejandra Martinez, Flambeau Yearbook Advisor