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Tutorial: From Lightroom To Photoshop, How To Move Multiple Images Fast

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After completing a photo shoot for a local client with his Sony α9 and 50mm f/1.4 Planar T* lens, Chris Orwig organized the files in Lightroom and then wanted to get two of the images into a single Photoshop document to make a print for the client. There are lots of ways to do this, but none are as fast and easy Orwig's. In this short video tutorial (4:30) he shows how to do it. Take special note of how he uses the Reveal All and Trim functions to get the layout set with just a couple of mouse clicks. 

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