|In legends and textblocks, put directions to various photographs on a
spread in roman within parentheses. Use the same treatment for internal
directions within a single photo.
For instance, directions for two images on the same spread:
iron musket ball blasted a piece (below left) out of the skull
New World's first known shooting victim (above).
Snapper eat sea urchins
that had nearly denuded the reefs at Goat Island reserve
(top right); a
blue-eyed triplefin (above) guards its territory.
Direction within a single image:
Men like Aurelio Villejo of La
Concepción (seated, in hat) help make sure horses have
food and water.
Ken Garrett (at left) photographed artifacts and carvings for the
Use (above) only when the photograph lies immediately above the legend;
otherwise use (top).
Directions may not be necessary if it's clear by
the subject matter which photo is being described.