This is a test. I’m trying to learn how to do combined multiple picture designs.
Combined, because I’ve crashed two templates. I’ve also used some older pictures that those of you who are new to Storyteller may never have seen. They highlight a couple of tourist areas. Places that some of you might go if you came to my fair town.
While I was writing, I learned something very new. It appears that the block in which I am working expands to contain the new text. That’s great, but I have to watch the depth if I want some air between the text and the images.
I suppose that you’d like to know a little bit about them because this is, after all, a photography blog.
The top image is Canal Street at dusk.
The bridge is the Crescent City Connection, which crosses The Mississippi River to the Westbank.
Next to it is Bayou St. John.
Below that is a French Quarter scene,
Far left is Magazine Street.
I hope you’ve me followed this deep. I’d love some feedback. Positive — of course. Negative — because it’s needed.
All About learning
Learn from me if you’d like. You are going to be right behind me. I like challenges, but many of you won’t. There is an old school template that I believe predates me. That means it’s at least ten years ten years old. That’s the option if you hate the block system.
One design note. I’ve thrown just about every design tool that I’ve used to date into this page. Drop caps. Headings. Multiple pictures. Offset text. I could do other things that I’m not so sure about when it comes to contemporary design. I could change the color of the pages. I could do that in one go, or block by block. I could change the color of the type, again in one go or block by clock. I’m more minimal than all of that.
Stay Safe. Enjoy every sandwich.