To customize the Identity plate in Lightroom Classic using either text or a graphic, choose:
- (Mac) Lightroom Classic > Identity Plate Setup
- (Win) Edit > Identity Plate Setup
From the Identity Plate drop-down menu, choose Personalized.
- To customize the text, click the “Use a stylized text identity plate” radio button, enter the desired text, and make any desired changes to the typeface, size, and color. Note: To make changes to only a portion of the text (such as changing the color of the name in the example below), first select the text that you want to effect, then make the changes.
- To customize the graphic, choose “Use graphical identity plate. Click Locate File, to navigate to and select a graphic (such as your logo). Note: on Mac – Use a graphic that is no more than 41 pixels high (JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, PDF, or PSD) and on Windows, Use a graphic that is no more than 46 pixels high (BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, or TIFF).
After customizing the Identity Plate as desired, use the dropdown menu at the top of the dialog to save it. Note: Saving the Custom Identity Plate enables you to access them from the Book, Print, Slideshow and Web output modules in Lightroom Classic.
This video demonstrates How to Create a Custom Identity Plate in Lightroom Classic.