Are you tired of displaying school photos in the same ways repeatedly? If you’re designing a yearbook, leavers book or school magazine, you likely have lots of images at your disposal. So why not vary your photo layouts or perhaps adopt a unique photo style for the entire publication!
Here are some unique photo styles to try out!
Black & White With Colour
Use colour contrast to your advantage by pairing a cut-out black and white image with a third bold shade.
Pair this photo style with an article, or try it out for a yearbook cover or table of contents page.
Mixed Media Photography
Combine photography with illustrations for a mixed media effect! Try adding childlike doodles to your photos or even some surrealist elements for something outside the box!
If you want your images to take a back seat, why not incorporate them into your page design!
Reduce some large photos down to two shades for a modern duochrome look. This muted style can blend easily into your existing colour scheme.
Mixed With Text
Add some photos to your page headings! Instead of a solid title colour, opt for an image cut out in the shape of your text!
Otherwise, add text to a photo and overlap elements for a layered effect.
Incorporate a geometric or fragmented look into your school photos!
Try hexagons or triangles to pair with your design theme, just ensure no important parts of the images are cut off!
Still after some more school photo inspiration? Check out our Pinterest board!