By Lesa Snider
Grids are a wonderful way to showcase a handful of pictures on your blog or a social media site, though creating a custom grid in Photoshop takes time and skill. What many folks don’t realize is that you can easily create JPEG photo grids in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom’s Print module. In this column, you’ll learn how to create a photo grid and save it as a template.
Pick your pictures
The first step is to use the Library module to pick the photos you want to use. You can start with a folder of photos or a collection (think album). By starting with a collection, you can drag the photos into the order you want to place them in the grid; otherwise, they appear in chronological order. If the collection you’re starting with contains a slew of images, select six by Command-clicking them. You can always use the Film Strip panel in the Print module to select different photos later on.
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