What do people read in text? Big headlines (if there are not too many of them), and tiny captions under a photo. So watch out what you put right under the image, people might read before the other beautiful things you have written down.

 A screen shot from an  article on TechCrunch

A screen shot from an article on TechCrunch


Art: In 1928-1929, Belgian artist René Magritte painted this piece called The Treachery of Images. Below the image of the pipe he painted the French words for "This is not a pipe." Photo by Daryl Mitchell on Flicker

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