3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 28, 2017 12:33 AM by lostef

    Same white space for all photo

    lostef

      [ENG]

      Hello, for e-commerce to our customer we editing some photos of belts.
      In particular we have the need to cut them so that the white area (A and B) around the belt is equal to the photos already online. How can I do?

       

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      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Same white space for all photo
          JimHess Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          If you want to do this using Lightroom then you would have to use the print module to specify the dimensions of the white area. Then you print to a file. It would probably be easier to do this using Photoshop if you have a lot of it to do.

          • 2. Re: Same white space for all photo
            effeegee Level 2

            Using LRmogrify2 as a plug in for LR you can extend the canvas with an equal border on all four sides. If I understand your enquiry correctly this will achieve what you need assuming of course you start with images which are the desired dimensions and want to place them in a white bounded box to customer specification. As post-processing plug in it works well with batches,  LRMogrify is a powerful tool but has a steep learning curve. Note: if you are working on a PC you have a more complicated install of a legacy version of ImageMagick.  

            • 3. Re: Same white space for all photo
              lostef Level 1

              Thank for your replies. I will try both ways…

              Bye