The contributor has sent me 50 photos for a 1 page article, what do I do?
It is best that you try to whittle down the photos yourself before sending them to YOLO, as you will know better which photos are more important or relevant to the subject.
Photos of small groups of students generally publish better than large groups, as the student's faces will be easier to see. Omit any photos that are similar in content, out of focus or cropped awkwardly. Send a mix of portrait and landscape photos if you have a mix, as that gives the designer more options with the layout.
See the Knowledge Base article 'How Many Words/Photos Do I Need for an Article?' in the Getting Started section for more information on how many photos/words are needed for various sized articles.
Filling in a Contributor Form
In your yearbook pack you will have received a contributor form. Use this template to send exactly what you require from your contributors. This way they will have a clear idea of the number of words and photos that you need for the space that has ...
How Many Words/Photos Do I Need for an Article?
An article can be comprised of a mix of text and photos – but how this is determined is entirely up to you or your contributor. To work out what the page could consist of: Look at your page plan and see how much space you have allocated to that ...
Creating a Page Plan
Using Microsoft Word You can simply type out your page plan as a list in Word. Each line should represent a page or spread (two facing pages) in the yearbook. Put the page number first, then what goes on that page. If there is more than one article ...
There are 3 different ways and locations to which you, your staff, and community can upload photos to different categories. Be advised you will only be able to upload photos that are .jpg, .jpeg, and .png. (Note:Uploading content that is unsupported ...
How many words to a page?
An A4 page will fit approximately 800 words without any photos. Refer to the Knowledge base article 'How Many Words/Photos Do I Need for an Article?' in the Getting Started section for full details on article word counts.