Chapter 14

Printing Your Work

IN THIS CHAPTER

Bullet Getting to know the print interface

Bullet Establishing a print workflow

Bullet Customizing print layouts

Bullet Creating templates

Bullet Working with your printer

The goal of Lightroom Classic’s Print module is to facilitate getting your digital work to paper in a color-managed environment with a high-quality output. (Say that three times fast.) While originally geared toward sending data to a local inkjet printer, Lightroom Classic also makes it possible to save your print layouts as a JPEG (I prefer the shorter JPG) file that you can deliver to a print service.

Can I tell you what I think is one of the greatest things about printing from Lightroom Classic? It’s that you can create a print right from your raw image data without first having to save a TIFF, PSD, or JPG copy of the original (most printing applications are unable to print raw files). Gone are the days of having to create and manage multiple versions of each file cropped, optimized, and prepared ...

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