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Printing double page spread

Mdelrossi

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Mar 7, 2012
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Hey,
I need to print double page spreads where a single image spans both pages.
And to complicate things i need to print on the Moab pre drilled paper for my portfolio.
outside of going into Photoshop and cutting the image in two and printing them out. Is there a way to do it in Lightroom?
Also is there a way to keep all of the pages with their layouts and images intact for a later time when I would want to print another portfolio?


thanks
mdr
 

PhatFotog

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Jan 7, 2014
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Canada
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Any ideas on this?
I want to be able to save multiple pages with their layout and images intact too.
Thank you, PhatFotog
 
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washtonphoto

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Jun 13, 2019
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Thanks for the screen save Rikk.
How did you get your image to spread across both pages?
When I drag the image onto the page it stays contained within the first page.
Did you find another solution Mdelrossi?
 

washtonphoto

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Jun 13, 2019
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Thanks Johan, will try this out today.
Are there ways of measuring the image so that you can make accurate crops? Usually use the guides in Photoshop that overlay on top of the image, but can't seem to create the same in Lightroom.
 
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