For the first time ever, MCP is making it easy for you to create storyboards and collages from inside of Lightroom. No more going to Photoshop to get things ready for print or the web.
Not many people use the print module in Lightroom, and no one that we know of has ever sold a product that makes image presentation so easy. Now, without leaving Lightroom, you can:
- Create storyboards in many popular prints sizes ready to upload to your print lab (Present It)
- Post a single image with a branding bar to the web (Display It)
- Show of your edits with a Before and After template (Display It)
- Create collages that will pop on Pinterest and other social media sites (Display It)
- Print 5×7 marketing cards (great for postcards, senior reps, etc) (Print It)
Have you tried out our new storyboard and collage templates for Lightroom yet?
MCP’s Present It for Print Collection builds collages custom sized for printing on many popular paper sizes.
And Display it for Web sizes and formats your photos perfectly for displaying on the internet. Whether you just want to show off one photo, create a Before and After, or build a collage full of images, these templates will do it for you – quickly and easily, without leaving Lightroom!
We’ve created lots of short videos for you to show you how to customize these templates to match your needs and branding.
The first video you should watch, if you haven’t purchased this product yet, is this 40 second demo that shows the creation of two collages with 9 photos total. Yes, you can use Lightroom to create two storyboards, one with 5 photos and one with 4, in less than 40 seconds.
Preparing your images for the web has never been faster, since you don’t even need to leave Lightroom now.
And now that you know how easy it easy to collage your images, watch these video to learn about your customization options.
For instance, would you like to learn how to add your own digital papers to use as backgrounds or design elements? This video will show you how:
Or, do you want to create a template that is custom sized for YOUR blog? Here you go:
What about rotating a template from horizontal to vertical orientation, or vice versa?
You can use Display It for Web to create Before and Afters to show off you editing:
And you can create branding bars that show your identity to the world:
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