photographs may do so when they bleed off.
Bleeding off is when the photograph extends to the
edge of the page. The space between photos, text,
and headlines should be one half of the space of the
call attention to itself, but rather to the underlying
story. The best way to achieve an invisible layout is
to avoid gimmicks. Fancy background, photographs
cut at odd angles, and collages are totally
elements (copy, pictures, headlines, and cutlines) to
establish unity. Each page should have one dominant
headline, or copy set in a special way. Unity must
continue from page to page. You can do this by story
continuity or by a headline or photograph that runs
package that is easy and convenient to read. This is
the whole purpose of layout.
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