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How to create memorable family albums using the Lightroom Book module



There is nothing more enjoyable than going through family albums, reliving memories and observing how things have changed over the years. Having digital copies is great, but nothing beats the excitement of having them printed, keeping all those memories in your hands and leafing them at your leisure.

It is a feeling that I have learned to appreciate especially since the birth of my daughter. The rare times that my hard drive starts to give me problems and start to fear the loss of my digital files, I am sure that my favorite pictures with my loved ones are safe in their place on my shelf. So, how do you go about creating a family album?

The Lightroom book form

If you use Lightroom in your post-processing workflow (who is not?), You'll be pleased to know that it helps you create beautiful albums even if your sense of design is not the best.

It prevents you from searching for other software, in which you're probably reloading your photos, struggling with their size, cutting out and even brainstorming creative and catchy layouts.

The Lightroom Book module goes one step further and offers you the possibility to send your photo album to Blurb to print from Lightroom!

If you do not know it, Blurb is a publishing house that prints quality books on demand for people like you and me. They are reasonably priced and could compete with professional photo books. To sweeten the deal, deliver your order directly to your home!

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Of course, you still have the option of converting your photo book into PDF or JPEG images. This way you can have them printed or simply save those layouts as collages. So, without further ado, let's examine how you can create beautiful family albums!

Step 1: Create a collection

Before you start creating your book, you should create a Lightroom collection of the photos you want in the book.

Since I took many pictures of my daughter and they are all in different folders, I created a Smart Collection that saves any keyword I with her name. This way, Lightroom automatically saves them in that Collection. Whenever I need to look at all of his photos together, I just browse that folder and they're all there.

For this example, I'm making a photobook of my daughter's first year. Once you have created your personal collection, select it and go to the Lightroom Book Form.

Step 2: Save your photo book

In the Book module, you will immediately see all the photos in your Collection presented as open book pages. (Note: this happens automatically only if you have it set in Lightroom preferences).

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Before starting anything, it's a good idea to save the book so you do not miss the changes you've made. To do this, look for this button at the top right: Create saved book.

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After clicking on this, you will be asked to name your book and choose where you want to keep it in Lightroom.

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It is preferable to keep it under the collection you are working on, so it is always easily accessible. To do so, select the Inside checkbox and in the drop-down menu select the collection you are using. I'm using a collection with the name of my daughter. (Keep the other options checked as they are by default).

In the Collections panel, the photo book will appear below your collection.

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Look at your photo book

You can choose how to display your photo album from the different "Views" options in the bottom toolbar.

The default is the multi-page view that shows your entire photo book. You can zoom in or out on pages using the Thumbnail slider at the bottom right, just like in the Library module.

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Then there is the Spread View, which shows how the pages side by side will appear in the book. This is useful when you look more closely at your photo book. You can move between pages using the arrow keys on the toolbar below.

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Finally, there is the Single Page View to be really close and personal, for when you add finer details.

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Step 3: Select Book Settings

The first box on the right side is the Book Settings panel. Here you can choose the format of the book between Blurb, PDF and JPEG.

Publish with Blurb

First, let's look at the options available if you choose to publish via Blurb.

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Depending on your needs, you can change the size of the book.

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You also have the option to change the type of paper and the cover of the book. An interesting thing to note is that at the bottom of the panel you will see a rough estimate of how much your book will cost. However, the price is only visible if you are using the Blurb option (as seen above).

As you change your options, the price will change as well. This helps you manage your photo book within your budget.

Publish as PDF or JPEG

If you choose PDF or JPEG in the Book drop-down menu, the options will also change (see below).

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You still have the freedom to change the size of the book and choose the book cover, but now you also need to look at other things like image quality, resolution, etc.

Step 4: Layout

Now that the basics are out of the way it's time to get good things!

Right now, your photo book might have a lot of blank pages and clearly it does not seem what you want. The appearance, or rather, the layout of the book can be changed in the Auto Layout panel.

Note that the preset selected by default is Leave blank, Photo right, and you're probably seeing your book right now: the left page is empty and the photo is on the right side of the spread.

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If you want, you can choose one of the other available presets, although you will find that there is little available.

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To change everything as you wish, you must first press the Clear Layout button in the Auto Layout panel.

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This erases everything and gives you a completely new canvas to work on.

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Create your own layout

In the Default drop-down menu, select Edit default automatic layout.

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A dialog opens in which you can select how the pages are displayed.

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You can see that the dialog is split in half to fit the right and left pages design. By default, the left page is empty. In the Left Pages drop-down menu, select Fixed Layout.

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This will open a variety of layouts for you to choose from. You can scroll through them to see if anything catches your fantasy.

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The gray area in the model shows how much space the photo will occupy on the page. In the image above, the first sample (on the left page) portrays an image that has a space from the edges of the page, so we can see the white border. The second model (on the right page) shows an & # 39; image that fits the entire page without empty space.

As you scroll down, you'll see a number of different layouts, some of them with text.

Your page may not be the same proportion as your photo, so it's a safe option to choose "Fill" from the Zoom Photo drop-down menu.

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This ensures that the final look is exactly as you see in the model, or you may see more empty space than you should have.

You may have noticed that so far we have worked with "1 Photo: from the secondary drop-down menu displayed after selecting the fixed layout.

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If you choose one of the other options from the drop-down menu, the templates will change accordingly.

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In the same way, you can choose any model on the right pages. Do not forget to choose "Fill: in the Zoom drop-down menu before pressing Save!

One suggestion I propose is that you should choose models in which images have a space (white lines) between them. It gives a more elegant and classy appearance. In the end, however, it all depends on your personal preferences.

When you press Save, the New Default dialog box will ask you for a name. For convenience, give the name to the Preset based on how you have selected the layout to look at (see example below).

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When you click Create, the Auto Layout panel will have the new preset selected. To apply it to your photo book, just click on the Auto Layout button.

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If you do not, you will find your book in the default configuration of "Left Blank, Right One Photo". Here is what my view looks like after clicking on Auto Layout.

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As you can see, Lightroom applied the selected layout (which we created) to the entire photo album.

Step 5: Change the layout for individual pages

For now, your entire photobook follows a single layout. But you can also change layouts for individual pages! Let's check the Page panel for that.

Select the page where you want to change the layout by clicking on the small arrow on the Page panel.

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You can also access these options directly by clicking on the small arrow below any selected page.

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This allows you to choose from all available layouts.

Step 6: work on individual panels

There's even more tweaking than you can do. If you think an image would look a little better after a while? zoom in or out, you can select the image and a zoom slider will appear. Simply drag the marker as you see fit.

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This type of work is best done in Spread view because it shows a wider view and is even easier on the eyes.

You can also change the position of a photo by dragging it. It will move within the confines of its model. In the image below, you can see the photo has been dragged a little from left to right.

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At least once you have to go through the entire photo book in the Broadcast View to make sure everything is OK and no image is cut unpleasantly.

You can become really creative and create interesting photo series using the zoom and dragging the image to adjust its position.

Step 7 – Change the photos inside the panels

Lightroom automatically organizes all the photos. So obviously there may be images you want to see on another panel, or another page, or a certain set of images you want to keep together.

You can easily change the photos inside the panels by dragging and dropping them. Select the photo you want to move and drag it to the panel you want. Once released, the two photos will exchange places.

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You can also drag photos into panels from the movie sequence below.

Removing a page

If you want to remove any page, right-click on the page and select Remove Page.

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Step 8: Adding text to your photo book

When you select a page or photo, a small "Add page text" or "Add text photo" button will appear next to the bottom line.

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Just click on this button if you want to add some text and write whatever you want.

The default Lightroom font may not be very nice to the view, so if you want to edit the text, select the text and look in the Type panel.

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Il pannello Tipo è piuttosto semplice. Qui puoi cambiare il tipo di carattere, il colore del carattere, la dimensione del carattere, l&#39;opacità, l&#39;allineamento, ecc. Per impostazione predefinita, il carattere è fissato strettamente contro la foto.

Puoi regolarlo anche attraverso il pannello Testo.

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Il cursore Offset nel pannello Testo ti aiuta a regolare quanto vicino o lontano vuoi posizionare il testo dalla foto.

Puoi anche regolare il testo in modo che si posizioni sopra, sopra o sotto la foto. Se si desidera rimuovere il testo, deselezionare l&#39;opzione Testo foto nel pannello Tipo.

Passaggio 9 – Aggiunta di sfondi al tuo libro fotografico

La nostra ultima fermata è il pannello Sfondo. Se vuoi aggiungere immagini o una sorta di design in background, è qui che devi essere.

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Aggiunta di una foto in background

Se vuoi aggiungere un&#39;immagine come sfondo, trascinala semplicemente dal Filmstrip e rilasciala su "Trascina foto qui" nel pannello di sfondo. Apparirà come uno sfondo sbiadito.

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Puoi controllarne la densità con il cursore Opacità nella parte inferiore del pannello. È meglio mantenerlo con una bassa opacità del 20-30%, in modo che non si distragga dall&#39;immagine principale.

Aggiunta del colore di sfondo

Se si desidera aggiungere un colore allo sfondo, è necessario selezionare l&#39;opzione Colore di sfondo. Quindi puoi fare clic sul selettore di colori e scegliere un colore o aggiungere un codice esadecimale per ottenere il colore desiderato.

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Aggiunta di grafica allo sfondo

L&#39;aggiunta di grafica è altrettanto semplice. Fare clic sull&#39;icona della freccia nel pannello Sfondo e si aprirà un menu laterale.

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Per impostazione predefinita, "Foto" è selezionato. Cambialo in "Viaggio" o "Matrimonio: vedrai immagini grafiche simili a quelle nell&#39;immagine sopra. Seleziona quello che ti piace e sei a posto.

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Puoi sperimentare con il cursore Opacity anche con la grafica.

Nota: qualsiasi effetto di sfondo applicato si applicherà solo alla pagina selezionata. Se si desidera applicarlo all&#39;intero album fotografico, è necessario selezionare l&#39;opzione Applica sfondo globale.

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Passaggio 10: pronto per la stampa!

Una volta che hai elaborato i dettagli più fini e sei pronto per vedere il tuo libro fotografico in stampa, seleziona il pulsante Invia a sfondo nella parte inferiore dei pannelli. Nel caso tu stia lavorando con l&#39;opzione PDF o JPEG, dovrai esportare il libro in PDF / JPEG come ultimo passaggio.

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Quando fai clic su Invia libro su Blurb, riceverai una finestra di accesso che mostra l&#39;aspetto finale e il prezzo del tuo libro fotografico.

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Se vuoi ottenere stampe di buona qualità ad un buon prezzo e un fotolibro dall&#39;aspetto professionale pronto a portata di mano, ti suggerisco di creare un account a Blurb e di trarne il massimo vantaggio.

In seguito, l&#39;unica cosa che resta da fare è aspettare che i ricordi ricevano una forma.

So per certo che mi piacerebbe guardare attraverso questo album del primo anno di mia figlia al mondo, di tanto in tanto, anche dieci o vent&#39;anni dopo. A quel punto, chissà dove saranno i miei file digitali.


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