Monday, October 27, 2008

How the Herald Rocks the Layout



9 comments:

William DeShazer said...

Looks like Jasper is treating you well! Really nice stuff here. Sorry we never got to hang out in Louisville. I hope all is well.

Sheila Johnson said...

It's so nice to see these images in the context of publication. Congratulations on your great work!

katie said...

i love it... has a very balanced n.geo layout feel. good job with this - what a project!!

Ryan Gladstone said...

Great work. Great presentation.

zach said...

Fantastic. absolutely. be proud and congratulations!!

Steve Bartel said...

There's something so spectacularly cool about a paper that rocks that hard being in such a nondescript place.

Jeronimo Nisa said...

you're so lucky to work for that newspaper!

John said...

Hey Amanda! Nice layout and I dig a lot of the photos. The portrait of the dude framed by/through the car door and the shot of him talking on the phone are two of my favorites. This story was a great idea and I think you did a great job pulling it off. There were only two issues I had, in my opinion, that being the shot of him in his cell reading looked a little forced or it stood out because it was the only one I could feel/notice your presence, and there were two photos with people on the phone and the backs of someone's head with very similar compositions. Just a thought and maybe I'm too picky. Regardless, you're doing some nice work!

John said...

PS, that was the compliment sandwich.