The Columnist theme is best suited to having one single ‘hero image’ that supports the story or article — much like a newspaper. The image above is an example of the hero image.
Unlike The Columnist v1.0, the images in displayed in the latest version of the theme require less manual, specific image dimensions. The hero and thumbnail images are displayed to scale the full width and height of their container — whilst maintaining their proportional scale. All you have to do now is set just one featured image for the post.
- Hero Image: 1000 × 575px
- Thumbnail Image: 320px × 440px
- One-column width: 726px
- Two-column width: 355px
- Three-column width: 235px
Hyperborea series, 2011
The photographic series Hyperborea, follows the narrative of the film. The photos were taken during filming and serve as a document of the developing of the project. Anton Ginzburg constructed points of intersection between memory – individual or collective – and imagination. Drawing on the many stories about the mythical region of Hyperborea, he set out to locate it and travelled to the distant Northern territories. His expedition traversed the forests of the American Pacific Northwest, the faded palaces of Saint Petersburg, and the Gulags of Russia’s White Sea. On the trail of ancient vestiges, primary forests, mammoth fossils and ruins, the explorer was accompanied by the mysterious cloud of red smoke.
Images and The Grid
You can easily insert images into your posts by using the regular
<img> tag. Your image is automatically re-sized in relation to the column structure being used. To demonstrate this, a single image below will be used for each column scenario. To learn more about defining the post column structure you can check out the Text style post.