Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting photos, part of Lightroom 5: 3 Basics of Image Sharing.
…One of the most flexible ways to share your…images from within your Lightroom catalog is to export…those photos so that you're creating derivative images that…you can share in a wide variety of ways.…Once you've defined a preset that defines exactly how you'd like to export…specific images for a particular purpose, it's…remarkably easy to actually export those photos.…For example, if I have some images that I would like…to share on my blog, I can select those images and…then utilize a preset that I've previously created, in order to…process those images, creating copies that are well-suited for my blog.…
Let's take a look at that process.…I'll start off by selecting the images I'd like to export.…So, I'll click on the first image for example, and then Shift+click…on the last image in that set, in this case selecting three images.…I can then click the export button at the bottom of the left…panel in the library module and that will bring up the export dialogue.…From the user presets section i can select the particular preset that…
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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.