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Print Module, single image, Photo Info

hanoman

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Hi,
is there a possibility to format the photo info line beneath an image in the print module with control codes? I want to have the title left justified and the author right justified within the given white field of the template editor.
Hanoman
 
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Hi hanoman, sorry for the delay replying. No, not that I can think of.
 

Gnits

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You can do a lot using the slideshow module but not in the print module, which is a major point of frustration.

You can create templates in Photoshop or InDesign and use a plug-in in Lr to export a csv with image urls and metadata, and use a mailmerge type feature in Ps / Id to create professionally formatted images.

You can also use a third party product like QImage to do the same.

I have created Javascript routines to do what I need. I also use Microsoft mailmerge to create pdf documents combining images and professionally formatted text.

See this example.

https://flic.kr/p/TsPvLg

Shame on Adobe for making this so difficult.
 
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