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Creating Prints and Books is part of author Chris Orwig's investigation of Adobe Lightroom 5, and focuses on the Print and Books modules, which can be used to create high-quality prints and proofs and design custom layouts for books. Chris briefly reviews how to correct and paint away gamut issues and other problems in the Develop module and shows how to take advantage of templates and collections. The course also shows how to adjust print job settings for contact sheets, single image prints, and print packages, and the final chapters guide photographers through the step-by-step process of building and printing a book from Lightroom.
A bonus chapter introduces a quick condensed workflow for experienced designers who want to learn about changes to the process in Lightroom 5.
If you're a premium member to the Lynda.com online train library, you have access to the exercise files. Once you've downloaded the exercise files folder, go ahead and locate it and double-click it to open it up. And here you'll encounter all of the images that we'll be working on in this course. If you open up one of these folders, you'll find all of the images that we'll be working on in that particular folder. Now, because this is a Lightroom course, you'll want to import the entire Exercise Files folder into your Lightroom catalogue, so that you can start to work with these files.
Now if you don't have access to the exercise files, no big deal, you can always simply follow along or of course you can always work on your own images. Ahright let's begin.
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