August 09, 2009

Tutorial: Creating diptychs in Lightroom

I often create little diptychs & triptychs in Lightroom. I find them a great way to share small image sequences via Web galleries–without, I hope, overwhelming viewers as multiple independent shots might do.

Now photographer Jay Watson has created a handy 7-minute video tutorial on creating diptychs in Lightroom, saving templates, and importing the results to your collection:


Watch the video in full-screen mode or via Jay’s blog to see higher resolution.

Posted by John Nack at 8:12 AM on August 09, 2009

Comments

  • melanie — 10:42 PM on September 01, 2009

    Great tutorial…and so easy! Thanks for this…looking forward to creating a few more!
    Do you have a photoshop blog template tutorial too?

  • Carol Fletcher — 11:27 AM on October 08, 2009

    Thank you! Very helpful! Wish I could get a black background/border–do you know if it’s possible?

  • Christyna — 3:14 PM on February 20, 2012

    Thanks for this tutorial! I’ve been struggling to make side-by-side photos in word press for a while, and it was so frustrating because they would move around once I published. So frustrating! Todd, from the blog “white on rice couple” linked me to the tutorial, and I will definitely pass it forward as well when I get the opportunity.

  • Catherine — 10:36 AM on May 07, 2012

    Your tutorial is an enormous help, thank you! I’m using Lightroom 3, but the instructions still apply…

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