To right-click with any Mac mouse, hold down the "control" key on your keyboard and then click as normal. Also, when using a Mac laptop, by default clicking the trackpad with two fingers also provides a right-click option.
You can set other Mac right-click options within System Preferences -> Trackpad.
Select "Export JPG."
Choose a location on your computer (like your computer's "Desktop") where you wish to save the new JPG file.
You can now do the things that you'd normally do with any other JPG image-- like cropping it, printing it or manipulating it-- in your favorite imaging software.
The Lytro Desktop software itself does not display or print any JPG images that you may have exported; the Lytro Desktop software only displays living pictures (LFP files).
The native "Preview" application within OS X, and the native "Windows Photo Viewer" program in Windows, can be used to open and print any JPG file.
The last place you clicked within each living picture on its individual Picture Page screen will determine the focus placement you'll see in your exported JPG image.
Again, exporting to JPG must be done one picture at a time. If you wish to export several pictures to JPG in a row, we recommend that you
Then go back to the thumbnail view (the main Desktop Library Page), and one at a time export each picture to JPG, again one after the other.
This flow will prevent having to switch back and forth between thumbnail view and individual views repeatedly. We're aware this isn't an ideal flow, and we're looking into ways to address that further down the road.