More Flexible Printing
Options for grouping different photo sizes on the same page have expanded greatly in Lightroom 3. Start with one of the included templates or build out a blank page. In either case, click-and-drag controls make it easy to reshuffle the layout, add photos, and resize them individually, as shown in Figure 15.
Figure 15 Click-and-drag controls make it easy to reshuffle a layout, add photos, and resize each image as needed.
An auto-layout option, plus a rotate-to-fit option, help you create paper-saving layouts. And the new custom-package option lets you overlap photos of different sizes and control the top-to-bottom position of each in the overall stack (see Figure 16). As an added bonus, you can add any of the watermarks you create with the Watermark Editor.
Figure 16 A new print layout option lets you overlap photos and control the top-to-bottom position of each.
Now, are you going to stick with Lightroom 2 and skip upgrading to Lightroom 3? I didn't think so.