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It’s Time For Another Custom Print Layout Template (and a free download, too!)

Hi Gang: Well, since it’s the weekend, I thought I’d create another custom print layout – show you how to create your own, and for any lazy Lightroom lovers out there, I even made a template out of it, so you can download it and use in your copy of Lightroom. In the tutorial (below) I used aviation photos, but this would work for wedding layouts, automotive, pet photos — really, whatever type images you drag and drop into the layout.

Here’s a link to download the free Print Template for this layout.

Hope you found that helpful.

OK, what to watch this weekend…
This is a rockin’ class — Using Music to Grow Your Photography Sales (with Roy Ashen) and I want to share a comment I saw on this class from our of our KelbyOne members, who wrote:

This is one of the best classes on KelbyOne! :boom:It’s different, a new way to present your photographs, huge impact on your clients and easy to create. I give a movie as a present to my clients and they show the movie to others. In three minutes your clients see [sic] a lot of your work! Again, this is one of the best classes on KelbyOne! A must see! Thanks Roy and KelbyOne!

 

Here’s a direct link to Roy’s class. Let me know what you think. 🙂

Have a great weekend everybody, and hopefully we’ll catch you on Monday night for our “Photoshop World Conference Live Q&A” with me, Larry B. and Vanelli. What could go wrong? 😉 – Details are over on my blog today (at the bottom of the post). It’s free and open to everybody.

Best,

-Scott

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16 comments

    • callmebob 1 March, 2017 at 20:08 Reply

      You don’t, inside print module. (You can slide the image in one direction or the other in some cases by CTRL/CMD (? on mac) and dragging the image.)

      A way to get the “zoom in” you want is create a virtual copy of the original image, crop it to the same ratio as the cell, crop to the zoom as you want, then drag that VC into the cell.

      Elegant, it’s not – but not quite horrible either 😉

  1. Gargee Vora 24 February, 2017 at 01:41 Reply

    Good morning Scott Kelby,

    I show your Template video really nice. I use some another template but your templates are best one. I wish Scott your next update template are very interested. please share your next Template video I waiting for that!!!

    Thanx for sharing!

  2. Deb Schaller 19 February, 2017 at 14:11 Reply

    KelbyOne is worth the cost! I recently retired and went through my subscriptions to quit the ones that weren’t beneficial. KelbyOne was at the top of my list of keepers!

  3. Cliff Baughen 18 February, 2017 at 05:49 Reply

    Thanks for the template. Is there a simple way to set the templates to use for non American sizes e.g. A4 would be used by most Europeans?

  4. Kent Auf Der Heide 18 February, 2017 at 00:49 Reply

    Thanks, great stuff! I’ve been having a lot of fun with these templates. I’ve never used them before I saw your videos.

  5. Florian 17 February, 2017 at 10:50 Reply

    Scot, Thanks for these templates! As I have said before, I create a lot of photography books o my travels and special family events and rely on your Wedding book class as my reference source. These templates add some extra creative possibilities and are much appreciated!

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