Greek Yearbook: Sorority And Fraternity Photography

Posted on Thursday, November 12th, 2015 by

Screen shot 2015-11-10 at 12.28.31 AMTaking pictures for sorority or fraternity chapter is a big job, and it takes the best to capture all the memories those organizations make. Greek Yearbook is ready for the challenge.

On The Count Of Three, Say Cheese!

Screen shot 2015-11-10 at 12.11.11 AMWhether it be a bid day, composite session or any other greek event, there is only one name greek life can trust with their pictures- Greek Yearbook! Greek Yearbook is ready to capture all the memories from bid day excitement, composite pictures, conventions/conferences and everything in between.  Greek Yearbook was founded by a fraternity member who realized that college goes by in the blink of an eye, and it’s important that all the memories made are captured. Greek Yearbook currently operates at over 400 universities and is still growing. Their main focus is now professional portraiture and group photography for thousands of greek members are the country.

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Your Future #TBT

Screen shot 2015-11-09 at 11.40.26 PMGreek Yearbook is the only company that offers convention, bid day, composite, initiation and every other forms of group and event photography. It’s all displayed in an easy to use website so photos can be accessed by anyone in the chapter. There used to be a different photographer for every event, but Greek Yearbook covers them all. Besides the standard photos a chapter receives on bid day, members of the chapters can order more than those photos. With bid day photos, Greek Yearbook offers: photo trios, montages, pictures with unique frames, dry erase calendars and much more. When Greek Yearbook creates the composites for each chapter, chapters are left with an easy experience and professional composites ready to be displayed for every visitor to see. The whole composite is customizable. Members can choose titles, photo placement, fonts, and even the colors. There’s no possible way to go wrong with Greek Yearbook capturing all the important moments when apart of a greek organization.

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