Join Theresa Jackson for an in-depth discussion in this video Lightroom Classic public sharing, part of Learning the Lightroom Ecosystem.
- [Instructor] We can create … and share public web galleries with Lightroom Classic too. … First, the Classic catalog must be synced … with Lightroom CC. … We turned that on earlier. … That's up here under the name plate. … So that has to be turned on. … And then the next thing is you need a collection … that is also synced to Lightroom CC. … I've created a collection of travel favorites … with some images from Europe and the Grand Canyon … and Sydney, Australia, and a few here from New York. … We need to turn the sync on for the collection, … that's the first step. … So I'll go over to the left edge … of the collection name and click right on this icon. … And now these images are synced to Lightroom CC. … As soon as they're synced to Lightroom CC, … there's a button that shows up here … in the upper right-hand corner that says Make Public. … We could click on that … and that will publish these, … or pro tip, we can do a right-click right … on the name of the collection, come over here …
- What is the Lightroom ecosystem?
- Managing image files
- Managing the ecosystem with Lightroom on the web
- Avoiding accidental deletion of your photos
- Syncing Lightroom Classic with the Lightroom ecosystem
- Benefits of the Lightroom mobile app
- Editing in Lightroom
- Sharing and publishing web galleries
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Managing Image Files
3. Sync Lightroom Classic with Lightroom CC Ecosystem
4. Lightroom Mobile Photography
5. Image Editing
6. Sharing and Publishing Web Galleries
Lightroom public sharing3m 30s
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