Lightroom in 60-Seconds: Saving Custom Print Layouts as a JPEG
It’s Tuesday, that means it’s time for my new series: “Lightroom in 60-seconds.” This technique lets you use the cool templates and layouts available in Lightroom Classic’s Print Module and either send them to an online photo lab for printing (I use MPIX.com and BayPhoto.com) or, you can save these layouts so you can share them on social. It’s a lot cooler than it sounds – check it out below:
Pretty cool, right? 🙂
I’m Coming to San Francisco and Atlanta Next Month!
Very excited to be teaching my seminar “Ultimate Photography Crash Course” seminar in San Francisco (Wed., Nov 6) and Atlanta (Mon., Nov. 18th), and I hope you can come out and spend the day with me.
Tickets and more details here (just $99 for the full day, including my 153-page printed workbook. Even less if you book right now, plus it’s 100% money-back guaranteed if it’s not the best photography seminar you’ve ever attended at any price, period).
Have a kick-butt Tuesday, everybody!
P.S. I got to shoot the US Navy’s amazing Blue Angels flight team last Thursday in Ft. Worth. I posted my favorite images, some BTS shots, and the story behind it all. Hope you’ll give it a quick look if you have a sec. Here’s the link.
Loving your new Lightroom in 60 Seconds posts, keep ’em comin”, thank you!
I’d really love it if you came to Melbourne, Australia to conduct some of your lightroom courses . Just think, you’ll get to teach and then take a short break to go down to Great Ocean Road, which is a spectacular place to photograph.
Nuthin? Not a single comment? 🙁
Good way to do collages for FB and other social media as well.
Good tut there Scott – just seeing it…
oh and that 2 jets in opposed directions – why the rear one is blurred – you were probably panning slightly to the left, it was moving right so you caught a bit of it in blur ? That shoot had some nice shots in it.