Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Yearbook Pics!

Summer conjures up images of relaxation and vacation to most people, but if you happen to work in a photography studio, it also means the peak period for getting next year's senior class photos rolling. Appointments are often worked in back-to-back, especially at studios that accommodate a number of high schools.

So with a tip of our YA Fresh hat to all those who are in the process of having their senior yearbook photos taken or who work in one of these studios, I am offering up three yearbook photos of myself.

All are bad.

Two are photoshopped, one is real.








Can you tell which one is real? And want to share with us any stories about your own yearbook photos?

10 fresh comments:

iluvhersheys_andbooks said...

I definitely think the last one is the real one!!! I could be wrong though. And my sophomore year is the only year in my LIFE where I actually took an awesome yearbook picture. I doubt this luck will keep up until senior pics though lol!!!

Kelly (Lynn) Parra said...

I already know which one is real. LOL! Those photoshopped ones are cool, Tina!

Erika Lynn said...

The photoshopped ones are kinda funny but it is pretty obvious the last one is real. I hate my yearbook pictures, i always seemed to have horrible hair days and to say i dont photograph well is an understatment

Janie Emaus said...

I think the last one is real. You look so adorable!

bookaholic said...

Ah...since everyone is going with the last one,I'd say the first one is real. :)
I love all thepics,photoshopped or not!

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brendajean said...

The last one is real, but the first one is my favorite! I cringe at all my big hair pics as my kids call them. Ahh,... the day of the perm. Wash and go:)

Aliya said...

Last one is real, but I love the second one! I want those glasses ;)

TinaFerraro said...

Yes, of course, it's the last one that's real, but I'm loving all the comments about your yearbook experiences!

Ayesha said...

they are way cool.....very clever the last one looks the most real