In the Book Module in Lightroom 4, you can easily see what images have yet to be added to the book by selecting “Unused” from the Filter presets. You can also chose to view only the “Used” images. Note: the Filter options can be found in the lower right of the application, in the black bar, above the filmstrip.
Posts tagged "The Book Module"
In this Quick Tip, (Output from the Book Module to JPEG), Julieanne will show you how to output JPEG files from the Book module in Lightroom 4.1.
If you download the latest Lightroom Release Candidate 2 from the Adobe labs site you will notice that you can now export JPEG files from the book module!
We have increased the number of pages a book can contain to 240 (this in an increase over the Lightroom 4 Beta).
In the first tutorial of a three-part series (Book Module Basics), I’ll provide a complete overview of the bookmaking process using the new Lightroom 4 Book module.
Click here for Part 2 – Modifying Book Layouts in Lightroom 4
Click here for Part 3 – Advanced Book Features in Lightroom 4
Be sure that to check out Blurb’s offer to automatically save 20% on the first book you make with Lightroom 4!
Did you know that in Lightroom 4, you can use the Page Caption option to add text almost anywhere in your image? By default, a Page Caption is added at the bottom of a page, but you can use the Top/Bottom buttons in the Caption panel to place the caption at the top/bottom of the page and use the Offset slider to reposition it. Plus, you can use the Padding options in the Cell panel to reposition the type left or right within the Page Caption’s cell.
The final tutorial in a three-part series (Advanced Book Features in Lightroom 4), this episode highlights the more advanced options offered by the Book module in Lightroom 4, including adding backgrounds, defining favorites, and more.
In the second tutorial of a three-part series (Modifying Book Layouts in Lightroom 4), Julieanne shows how to customize your page layout when working with photos and text to help you tell your story with ease and flexibility.
In the first tutorial of a three-part series (Book Module Basics in Lightroom 4), Julieanne provides a complete overview of the bookmaking process using the new Lightroom 4 Book module.