Making Books in Lightroom

Lesson 9 of 10

How to Add Your Logo to Your Book

 

Making Books in Lightroom

Lesson 9 of 10

How to Add Your Logo to Your Book

 

Lesson Info

How to Add Your Logo to Your Book

I'm going to go to the scott book this is a wedding book here if I click on that it's going to take me to a different book that I've already kind of put together and I want to show you kind of what I do with logos remember we took the logo from blurb off, right? If I turned on the logo from blurb then there would be a page in my book at the very end right here this is blurb on it, but if I don't want that to be seen by my client, I turn off that logo now it's just a blank page, but the but the end of the book needs something in it it needs somebody's logo and it's going to be mine and so there's my logo. My logo is just simply a logo that I have put into I have a siri's of logos in a, um right here in a collection called logo's, and all I have to do is write before I make the book. I dragged my logo from that collection into the collection remember, you can collect stuff from all sorts of different places, so what I'll do is right before I make a book, I'll go to the collection of let'...

s, go to the library, here I'll go the collection and let's say that this wasn't in that collection at this point I would run down to my logos collection I would grab the appropriate logo which everyone I wanted to use and I would go back up to my collection here and say I'm going to make a book on the scott wedding book and so I'm going to grab this and dragged into that wedding collection and now when I go to it it's there for me to use when I'm in the book module and I go to the last page wait for it the book module is the slowest changing module because it's got to do a lot of stuff it's dealing with a lot of images so I have a space for that logo but the blow goes not in it I grabbed that logo drag it into that space and now I have my logo now here's an interesting a little issue that you should know about when you put something in that's too small for the space that you put it a little exclamation point shows up that excellent exclamation point says be careful that if you printed this way it's going to be a little soft and fuzzy so you just have to size it down until that goes away at that point this is three hundred d p I printable so if I go big it's going to start looking choppy so if I go small wait for that to disappear now I know that it's ok that'll happen a lot of times if you do it. Double truck spread on a twelve by twelve, and you're shooting with a like a point and shoot camera. Once you increase that, also, in the exclamation point will come up because it's, like you're going, hey too big for that image to print. Well, so just just be aware of that. So, that's, how I put a logo at the end of the book is just always have inside of your lightning collection. Always have a logo set of logos, so, like a little collection full of logos that you can use.

Class Description

Photo books can be used as a portfolios, client proof books, personal travel logs, children’s books, or as gifts. Learn how to design one in Making Books in Lightroom with Jared Platt.

Jared will take you through the process of designing and printing your book in an organized and efficient way. You’ll learn how to use all of the tools in the Adobe Lightroom Book Module – from typesetting to custom page design. Find out how fast and simple publishing your book can be.


Software Used: Adobe Lightroom 5

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