Posted by: getthenac | April 9, 2010

How it’s done

From Wayne Wood:

Publication editors are always working to write the perfect caption (in our jargon, a “cutline”) to describe what is happening in a photograph. Among the elements of a good cutline are accuracy, brevity, and a sense of adding to the overall impact of the picture being described.

I’d say this cutline writer for the New Hampshire Union-Leader nailed it:

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Responses

  1. Up at 6AM … haven’t picked up the thin-assean yet…and drinking my morning tea along with reading the NAC blog…THANKS Wayne and Kathy!


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