Specifying the print job options for a single image


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Specifying the print job options for a single image

Here we're going to explore some of the different options in the Print Job panel. The first thing that we need to define is where we're going to print this to. Our two options are Printer or JPEG. Now at first glance, that may be a little bit confusing. Why would you print to a JPEG file? Well, what you can do is either decide to print to your desktop printer, or you could actually print these all out to this JPEG file format, so that these images could then be sent to a printer or to your local lab to be printed that way. Well, in this case, let's say, we want to print it on our own desktop printer.

So I'll simply choose Printer. Next, we have Draft Mode Printing. Why would you want to use this? Perhaps you're creating a contact sheet, and it's not that important how the images actually look. Well, in that case, we'll disable all of these other features and we'll get a pretty rough print. It'll be quick. It will be very high-resolution, but it will be prett...

Specifying the print job options for a single image
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Specifying the print job options for a single image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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Lightroom
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