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Best of Yearbook Photographs

Yearbook photographers have been busy capturing moments all over campus. Check out some of their best work here, and remember to order your yearbook.

Love these photos? See many more in your 2024 yearbook. Order here: yearbookforever.com

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Avery Brasfield
Avery Brasfield, Photographer
I feel like my biggest strength as a photographer is passion. I am constantly wanting to learn more and have more experience. I love to spend my time taking photos. I love the feeling of going home and seeing what I captured. Seeing my growth makes me want to strive harder to be better every day. I love being on the sidelines taking everything in. I also love to capture people that don't normally get the recognition they deserve. Showing people someone's personality and who they really are is my favorite.
Savannah Peterson
Savannah Peterson, Photographer
For me the most exciting thing about taking photos is capturing the memories that students and teammates and teachers have throughout the school year – the right lighting, capturing every emotion in the photo, having someone know the story by just looking at the photo.
Brooklyn Anson
Brooklyn Anson, Photographer
I love photography. It is something I am passionate about even though I am just learning and improving. I am not afraid to get on the ground in order to get a good angle. The most important thing I learned during tryouts was learning to not give up on a shot. What I learned from this experience is that there is always another angle to try to get a new and better shot. Never give up.
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