I am working on a paper and the prescribed style dictates that we should use a single column of text; however, we have some relatively tall and thin images. If they are included in the paper in line they would take up the better part of a page with significant empty space to the sides of the image.
I realize that there are several possibilities to circumvent this situation
- Rotating the image is possible sometimes
- Shrinking the image so it does not take up as much vertical space
- Creating graphics comprised of multiple images side by side to create a more favorable aspect ratio
However, if none of these options are possible is it acceptable to wrap the text around the image? If so are there any examples? Would this be a convention that differs between disciplines?