Video – Lightroom Printing with Rounded Corners

A few weeks ago some one asked me a question if it was possible to print a photo with rounded corners in Lightroom. Believe it or not, there is and it doesn’t require any Photoshop. And when you combine the rounded corners with an identity plate for a graphic or logo and the custom print packages so you can lay out the print any way you want, you can come up with some pretty slick looking prints.

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Author: Matt K

Matt is a full time Education Director for the NAPP and Kelby Training. He's a best-selling author of various books on Photoshop and Photography co-hosts the live weekly photography talk show "The Grid" and is co-host of "Photoshop User TV". In his spare time he practices as a 1st degree black belt in Taekwondo and enjoys spending time with his family in Tampa, FL.

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  1. Isn’t there a preset delivered with LR3 that does this as well ?

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  2. Matt,

    Absolutely Cool!! Just a super tip! I’ve been moving the Amount Slider to the right to get white vignetting, which gives my photos a unique look. You’ve pique my curiosity to play around a little more in this panel.

    Thanks again! Excellent tip!


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  3. Cool tip. Thank you.

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  4. Great video! What font do you use at the bottom of the three photos?

    MAny thanks,

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  5. Matt — great video on rounded corners.

    What was the font used at the bottom of the three photos?

    Many thanks,

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  6. You are da bomb – I have been struggling to do that in Photoshop! see ya in Vegas next week ;o)

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  7. Is there anyway to do brushed edges without using PS?

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  8. Thanks Matt, that was indeed a cool tip.

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