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my Clients wants A large photo I took Printed on Metal but,

Explorer ,
Jan 24, 2024 Jan 24, 2024

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Thanks in advance! Here's the Story. I have a client who wants a 40"x 60" print. I printed it on Metal but cut it into 3 equal size panels. Is there a way to do this in LRC?

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Jan 24, 2024 Jan 24, 2024

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Do you mean- "Cut" the image into equal portions to print separately? (You want three 40"x20" cuts from the 40"x60" original?)

It can be done in Lightroom-Classic by creating Virtual Copies of your original and cropping each differently to make three images, one for each panel.

2024-01-25 15_53_35-Roberts Catalog-v13 - Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic - Library.jpg

Probably easier to do in Photoshop where you have rulers visible as guides and options to set pixel sizes etc..

 

 

Regards. My System: Lightroom-Classic 13.2 Photoshop 25.5, ACR 16.2, Lightroom 7.2, Lr-iOS 9.0.1, Bridge 14.0.2, Windows-11.

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Jan 25, 2024 Jan 25, 2024

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Thank you! Knowing nothing about Photoshop, I'm assuming that I can pull what is now a .tiff file from my Photos Drive into Photoshop?

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Jan 25, 2024 Jan 25, 2024

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You have to export these virtual copies in order to create three tiff files.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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Jan 25, 2024 Jan 25, 2024

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If you "know nothing about Photoshop" then your best workflow is the Lightroom-Classic method to Export TIFFs (or JPGs) from the individual (cropped) Virtual copies, as suggested by @JohanElzenga  . You then print each individually.

 

Regards. My System: Lightroom-Classic 13.2 Photoshop 25.5, ACR 16.2, Lightroom 7.2, Lr-iOS 9.0.1, Bridge 14.0.2, Windows-11.

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Jan 25, 2024 Jan 25, 2024

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Watch this YouTube video showing what you want

 

https://youtu.be/bHdhIhm30m0?si=bNub2Aiv35to9LJj

 

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