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We've produced a tutorial introducing LabPrints Digital Studio and how to install it on a Mac or Windows PC.
This software is the quickest and easiest way to create composites and send multiple images for printing.
Please check out the tutorial and watch this video for a quick overview of the Digital Studio software.
Are you a wedding or event photographer looking to offer your customers the highest quality prints available? Did you hire a photographer to photograph your wedding and now you have a disc or memory stick full of images and want them blown up but don't know what to do with them? We can help you.
LabPrints is the quickest and easiest way to get your orders to us.
Setting up custom packages and using the Composite Designer tool to send in composite images (or to add text to your images) will make your job MUCH easier.
Please keep in mind, even when sending in B&W images, you MUST still click the B&W button on the Edit/Order screen.
when you send in an order, we need to have your name, email address and phone number!
otherwise we have no way of knowing who you are.
Easily create original and unique composites.
Hundreds of templates to use, or design your own!
Watch a video on designing with LP Composite Designer
An add-on tool to LabPrints Digital Studio, LP Composite Designer is the easiest and fastest way to create beautiful and unique composites. Composites can be designed for use in flush albums, greeting cards, calendars, magazine covers or custom vignettes.
There are over 400 templates included, and you can even make your own masks in an external editor. Composite designer features an eye dropper tool for perfectly matching colors, effects for masks, drop shadows and borders, and rulers for guidance and precise alignment. Add text using any font on your computer.
The LabPrints Composite Designer gives you the freedom to add, remove, resize, tilt, rotate and move image layers as you are designing your composite.
The main advantage of the LabPrints Composite Designer is it's open-node architecture. When you send us your composite, we receive the individual images and can color correct them for you. When creating a traditional flattened composite using a program like Photoshop, the only corrections that can be made are global corrections which change the overall color.
When you install LabPrints Digital Studio, the Composite Designer is free to try for 30 days.
There are incompatibility issues with Mac OS 10.7 , 10.8 , 10.9, 10.10 Yosemite and LabPrints.
Please follow these steps:
Mac "Gatekeeper" prevents LabPrints from being installed on some machines. You may get an error message that the "application is damaged"
To fix this problem please watch this video, or follow these steps: VIDEO Instruction for this step: http://screencast.com/t/pk1GAJztFKmT
Please go to the apple menu, select "system preferences,"
then "security and privacy"
From there you can set to "anywhere" to install LabPrints.
be sure to select "Tri-color Lab" in New Bedford, MA. as your lab. When LP Digital Studio asks for the "lab upload password" the password is: tricolor
If you are on OSX 10.10 or higher and get a message about Java 6 not being installed, download Java 6 from Apple here.
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