Option #1: Right Image enlarged when clicked
Margaret, the idea here is to show the 2 images side by side. A short description below can be placed to identify the work done.
The BEFORE image in black and white as it relates to a PAST event.
The AFTER image in color and also clickable so it gets large (only on desktop computers as Mobile devices has already the option to make the picture large with the the use of fingers).
These images I suggest to place below the main featured image, OR, at the end of the page. So it doesn't interrupt the content-layout.
Option #2: Dynamic slider
I know, this is not in the minimalistic style of the site but I wanted to show you what is available out there. This is a great option when you have to exact the same images with a before and after condition. And I see that is not always the case. Anyways, I wanted to include this.
Option #2.1: Dynamic slider
Or, you can use a more descriptive text below the images instead of the white text against black background labels.
Before: This project began on November 12, 2020 in collaboration with...
After: This project was completed on 01-01-2021. See images below...
Option #3: Two small BEFORE images and a Large AFTER image.
This would be the last option as how to present the BEFORE & AFTER images.
Here you would explain specific details of the project before changes.
Here you would explain other details of the project before changes.
Here you can add an explanation of the key features of the project AFTER the changes.
Ok, this is a regular in-progress portfolio I replicated as an example. I have inserted below the featured image the option #3 as an example. I have added a thin lite line at top and bottom so it groups the intended solution.
This is the way it would look the BEFORE+AFTER section below the featured image. This is image 1.
This is the way it would look the BEFORE+AFTER section below the featured image. This is image 2.
This is the way it would look the BEFORE+AFTER section below the featured image. This is the main image representing the AFTER condition.
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