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Final Print Settings and Color Management in Photoshop Lightroom

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Your photo is beautiful and the layout looks perfect. Printing can be as easy as point-and-click, but Lightroom has some settings that need a bit of attention if you want the best results. Scott Kelby walks us through the options.
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Once you’ve got your page set up with the printing layout you want, you just need to make a couple of quick choices in the Print Job panel so your photos look their best when printed. Let’s consider which buttons to push, when, and why.

Step 1

First, get the page layout the way you want it to appear when printed. In the layout shown in Figure 1, I clicked Page Setup and set my page to a wide (landscape) orientation. In the Margins section of the Layout panel, I dragged the Bottom margin slider to the right a bit to give me a little extra room around my Identity Plate.

Once all that’s done, it’s time to choose your printing options in the Print Job panel at the bottom of the right-side Panels area.

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