In addition to the filename, you can choose a number of other automated settings by clicking on the pop-up menu to the right of Photo Info. For example, if you select Exposure, the exposure information appears in that spot. If you choose Edit, Lightroom displays the Text Template Editor, in which you can create your own custom list of data that Lightroom will pull from each photo’s metadata and print under the photo. In Figure 6, I chose to add text showing the exposure, the ISO, the focal length of the lens, whether any exposure compensation was used, and the model of the camera. In a fine art print layout like this, I can’t imagine why anyone would want that type of information printed beneath the photo. But you and I both know that somebody out there will read this step and think, "All right! Now I can put the EXIF camera data right on the print!" The world needs these people.