One of my favourite parts of making a book is designing the layout. With Elegy to Betty, I knew the sequence of the images, but not how they would fall on a page, or over several pages. So you play; try this, try that and then I do a trial print. That always teaches me that there are things to change. Usually I need more white space, and sometimes the font size. That's maybe the biggest difference between working on the computer screen and having the printed book in your hand. For Betty I made 5 trial mock-ups of the book before I was satisfied. Each row, or spread, in the photo is 40 in. wide by 10 in. high and there are 5 pages in each row. I print one spread at a time, trim it top and bottom, then do the folding and glueing.