Once upon a time, back in the first years of the Obama administration, I worked as a proofreader for a small-town newspaper.
County fair week was hell week. The eight- to 10-page paper expanded to a 14- to 18-page behemoth.
Most of those extra pages were filled with photos, which you'd think would be a relief for a proofreader. But you have to consider that every one of those photos came with a caption filled with names.