Then a couple of weeks ago, my friend Liz (Paislee Press) blogged about some things she’s doing differently this year for Project Life. One of the things she’s doing is a mock-up of her 2-page spread using Photoshop. So I commented on how I do the same thing, but I use Lightroom because it’s easy to drag and drop the photos. That led to me doing a video tutorial on how I do my Project Life page planning in Lightroom.
You can watch it slightly bigger at Youtube.
And as a bonus, you can download my Lightroom print template here if you don’t want to create it yourself!
Download: Listgirl’s Lightroom Print Template for Project Life Design A.
After you download it, here is how you import it into Lightroom.
- Save the file somewhere on your hard drive where you can find it.
- Open Lightroom. Click on the Print module in the upper right hand corner.
- Go to the left side of the module and you will find a section called “User Templates”. Right click on that and click on “Import”.
- Find the folder where you saved the Lightroom template. Select the template and click “Open” at the bottom of the window.
- The template should import into your User Templates and you should be able to see it on the left side in Lightroom.
- Click on the “Listgirl | PL Design A Spread” template on the left side of Lightroom. Start dragging your photos into each slot.
Let me know if you have any questions. Happy Project Life page planning! :)