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Photoshop Lightroom 2.0 is a powerful photographic workflow application designed to help photographers expand their creative potential. In Photoshop Lightroom 2.0 New Features, instructor Chris Orwig brings fellow photographers up to speed with the application's essential new features. He explores the new cropping and vignetting controls and discusses raw retouching with the new Retouch tool. He explains how to take advantage of these powerful features and become a more effective and creative photographer.
In this movie, we're going to look at a new feature inside of the Print module that's actually pretty fascinating. I'm going to go ahead and open up the Print Job panel here. Now we've seen this before, right? We've seen how this works and every thing. Yet there's something new. If you click on Print to JPEG File, what you can do here you can actually print to a JPEG file. Now you can determine the File Resolution, you can crank that all the way up. Of course you can decrease that as well. Print Sharpening. Do you want Low, Medium or High? Click on that to make a selection. Media Type. Is it matte or glossy paper? All right. So I'll choose Glossy. Then my JPEG Quality. I can dial that in.
Custom File Dimensions, as needed. I can modify those. Again scrubby slider support here. Finally I can choose my Profile: SRGB, Adobe RGB or ProPhoto. And then I have a couple of rendering intents I can choose, Perceptual or Relative. Now when I'm ready to print this, I simply select Print to File and then I say the location where I want to save this file. So this will be incredibly handy. If I want to send an image to a lab to have these printed, I can also use this with the other Layout Engine. I can go to Picture Package, and I can have a lot of different images there and use it that way as well. So either one of those will work.
So if you haven't checked that out, you definitely want to. All right. Well, that wraps up this movie.
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