Lightroom’s Print Templates

One of the most useful features in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 is the ability to easily create custom print templates and collections like the one shown here.

Lightroom's Print Templates

It’s also very easy to save the output to a JPEG file and later upload to a print service such as Mpix.

The best place to learn more about using Lightroom’s Print module is in Scott Kelby’s new book The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 Book for Digital Photographers or at Matt Kloskowski’s Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Killer Tips blog. These two guys know Lightroom in and out!

BTW, I got this template from Matt’s blog and modified it using techniques outlined in Scott’s book. It took all of 30 seconds to complete and even less time to upload the output to Mpix for a quick 8×10 print!

9 thoughts on “Lightroom’s Print Templates

  1. Hi Jeff, Would you mind sharing with me what kind of fonts showing on Jeff Lynch Gallery Series. I like it a lot. Thanks! Buddy

    • Buddy,

      Thanks for reading. The font used on these fine art prints is called Christopher Hand by El Stinger. Just Google “Christopher Hand” and you’ll find a few sites where you can download it.


  2. you were´s the priner..we tried the printer at my husbands work and that one was fine..
    thank you..:)

  3. hi there..

    i was trying to print an A4 sized photo today from my lightroom..but it always had a white border so it was not useable for the frame i was going to use..
    i need it to fill totally out onto the A4 page..what do i do?

    • Arny,

      You should be able to print an A4 borderless print from Lightroom if your printer supports borderless printing. Make sure your paper size is set to A4 as well as your print size in the Print module. Try printing to a jpeg to make sure you have the parameters set correctly.


  4. Hey Matt,

    Was that a little gray beginning to come in at your temples or did you let Dave set the lighting up for your “Conspiracy” video?

    Just kidding Dave. I want you to know that I have nothing but the greatest respect for our neighbors to the north. “Shoot. Puck. Score”! (Ya Sure You Betcha A)


  5. Thanks for the link Jeff. Oh and yes, I think Scott just loves to post images of me 🙂
    (in regards to your comment on his blog)

    Your $5 is in the mail 😉
    Take care and thanks again.

    Matt K

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