Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Emailing photos, part of Lightroom 5: 3 Basics of Image Sharing.
…One of the common methods for sharing an image…or even multiple images with someone is to email…the photo to that person, and Lightroom actually includes…the ability to email a photo directly from within Lightroom.…Let's take a look at how we can configure…email and then send a photo via email within Lightroom.…I'll start off by selecting an image that I would like to send via email.…Bear in mind of course that I can select multiple images and all…of those selected images will be included as attachments to my email message.…
I'll then go up to the File menu and then chose Email Photo.…That will bring up an email dialog and the…first step is to actually set up an email account.…This is a one-time step and quite possibly you won't even need to perform…this step really, other than to select…your account you're sending your email from.…If you have the default application in…your operating system established as your email client…and that email client is configured for sending…emails, then you can simply choose that option.…
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Skill Level Beginner
Q: When I access the Identity Plate Editor dialog, I get a message in that dialog that says "No options for Lightroom identity plate." This is different from what I see in the lesson on modifying the identity plate. How do I resolve this issue?
A: The difference you are seeing relates to changes Adobe made in version 5.4 for Lightroom, related to support for the new Lightroom Mobile application. The new "Lightroom" option for the Identity Plate popup enables access to the sign-in and synchronization for Lightroom Mobile. To personalize the identity plate you can choose the "Personalized" option from the Identity Plate popup, which will reveal the set of controls for changing the identity plate.