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How to Create a Beautiful Custom Wedding Book Page Print Layout

Happy Wednesday everybody. I think I’ve got a really good one for ya today (and a free downloadable print template for you, too).  It’s how to create a custom print layout that you can use in a Wedding Album (heck, you could use it for anything I imagine, but I was inspired by seeing this layout in an Australian Wedding magazine).

It’s quick and easy, and I show you how it’s done – all from scratch, and I also have a link below where you can download a print template I made of the layout (just to save you some time, but you should still watch the video, if for nothing more than to see how to install the template).

Hope you found that helpful.

Here’s the link to download the free Print Template I made just for you!

Check out our new Hacker Set today at 4pm
Today we reveal the all-new “underground hacker theme” set for “The Grid” (our live weekly photography show). Very excited to show it to you all today – an all new look, new bigger studio, new set, new graphics, new mics, new everything! Rick Sammon is my guest and we’re doing Blind Photo Critiques, too! It’s going to be (wait for it…wait for it…) epic!

Have an ‘epic Wednesday’ and hope to see you live on the air today at 4pm.

Best,

-Scott

P.S. Don’t forget — you can save Print layouts as individual JPEG files. You do that in the Print Job panel at the bottom of the Right Side panels — from the ‘Print to’ pop-up menu choose JPEG file.

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19 comments

  1. Rosana 20 February, 2018 at 17:01 Reply

    Hey Scott! Once we have a print layout saved as a template, how do we add that print layout to the book (in the Book module)?
    Thanks-

  2. Kent Auf Der Heide 8 February, 2017 at 09:07 Reply

    Probably a dumb question but I can’t figure out how to replace or remove a photo from one of the cells. Can you help me with this. I know to move them around you use the CTRL key but how do you replace one or all.

      • Kent Auf Der Heide 8 February, 2017 at 15:17 Reply

        I got it now. I was trying to pull the photo out and get back to the blank cell. I still can’t figure out how to do that but when I drag another photo in it replaces the old one. That helps. Thanks.

  3. Dennis Zito 8 February, 2017 at 07:49 Reply

    Hi Scott,

    Great Tutorial … mainly on Custom Pages! You mentioned several times about the grid. In version past, you could have the grid lines actually show … however with the current version, I couldn’t find a way to do that. Is it still available or am I just missing how to get it.

    Thanks,

    Dennis

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