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Tue, Oct 10, 2017 4:37 PM

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Lightroom: Please add layflat paper offered by Blurb in Book module

Please add layflat paper offered by Blurb in LR module. Thanks

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80 Points

4 y ago

What about exporting the book made in Lightroom as a PDF then upload the PDF to Blurb? Will this then give the option for Layflat paper?

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60 Points

4 y ago

Hello, I ́m only using LR Classic and hope the new Layflat Paper will be added in the book module. Is it possible to use the inDesign module in LR?

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172 Points

4 y ago

Me too! I would like the addition of LayFlat option in the book module of LR (Classic CC in my case).
And also the other options Blurb offers  like magazine and trade book.
robert

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62 Points

4 y ago

Please add the layflat option to LR!

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80 Points

4 y ago

Can you add Blurb Layflat Photobook Support in Lightroom Classic please. Thanks.

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90 Points

4 y ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Blurb Lay Flat books.

HI,
It would be nice if we can create the new lay flat books from blurb directly in Lightroom.
This can use the same templates, though adding some extra lay-outs for the lay flat books would be appreciated (2 side spread pages).

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82 Points

4 y ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Had a very unpleasant surprise when I discovered that features available in Blurb....

Had a very unpleasant surprise when I discovered that features available in Blurb are not supported in LR Classic CC. May have to switch book making software.

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102 Points

4 y ago

Blurb support redirect me on Lightroom Request too. It would be really lovely to have lay flat support in LR! Please add this option :)

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386 Points

4 y ago

How is this not a thing? Come on, Adobe, and update LR for the new paper. Two-page spreads already exists, so this should not be a challenge.

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600 Points

4 y ago

Great response. In genera, there’s a feeling of neglect IMHO around the Book module.

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4.3K Points

4 y ago

Perhaps Blurb can add this option to their 'Order' interface when ordering a book.
You can already change paper and end sheet in the ordering process.
Blurb offered me "Lay Flat" for reprints of a book I already had printed, so it's up to Blurb I think.
Nothing needs to change in the Lr Book Module. Double-page spreads are still Double-page spreads in Lay-Flat. (Layflat paper page limits are between 20-110 pages.)


Blurb Quote:
Photo books just got an upgrade! Photo books with Layflat paper make great gifts for holidays, anniversaries, weddings, or any other special occasion. Layflat paper allows images to spread across a two-page spread, allowing your images to take center stage and make a bigger impact.  Now, I know what you might be thinking, “I already made this book, I don’t have time to recreate it,” which is where the best part comes in: You can easily reorder any of your existing photo books with the Layflat paper option.

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90 Points

4 y ago

PLEASE make this a priority! I was so excited to see Blurb added the lay flat option! So excited, in fact, that I built my very first Blurb book in Lightroom two weeks ago only to find that I could not order lay flat? WTH? I couldn't believe it, after hours of laboring over getting my first, ever Blurb book via LR just right. So upset. I never thought LR wouldn't have been able to manage lay flat once Blurb thought of doing it, isn't there a partnership here? Thanks....frustrated.

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84 Points

4 y ago

Please add the Layflat option to the Book Module in Lightroom!!

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92 Points

4 y ago

Don't waste your time on layflat layer. I just order one, the result is awful...
And I was really happy with the "usual" print option.
The layflat come from another printing company .

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5.1K Points

4 y ago

Just an FYI. If you go to adoramapix.com and look at their superb book creation tool, you'll never "fight" with the book module of Lightroom. This is a professional lab with 10 times as many options as the LR book module and the pricing is competitive with blurb. Their quality is excellent and their customer service is great.