[NTG-context] Crediting copyright on photographs

Bruce Horrocks ntg at scorecrow.com
Fri May 6 00:32:05 CEST 2022


Thank-you Adam, Hraban and Richard for your suggestions.

In the end it was remarkably simple:

\starttext
\definecollector[example]
\setcollector [example] {\externalfigure[cow][width=6cm,frame=off]}
\setcollector [example] [corner={right,bottom},location={right,top}]
        {\rotate[rotation=90]{\copyright A great artist}}
\placefigure [ ] [fig:cow] {A fine figure of a cow} {\composedcollector{example}}
\stoptext

In the above the cow is drawn with the figure caption below as normal and with the copyright text running upwards along the edge of the right-hand edge of the image. And if you want to fine tune the space between the image and the text then it's easy to \framed the text and play around with the size and offsets.

—
Bruce Horrocks
Hampshire, UK



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