Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting started with a web gallery, part of Lightroom 4 Image Sharing Workshop.
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There are many ways to share your images online. …And in fact, Lightroom includes options for sending your images automatically to …your Facebook page or Flickr page. And of course, there are also other …publish services available. But in addition to those capabilities, …you can also create web galleries in Lightroom and then upload those to your website. …Let's take a look at the basic process of getting started with the web gallery. …First, we need to choose which images we're going to include or that we might …include in the web gallery, so that those images are available on the filmstrip, …and thus, available in the web gallery itself.…
In the Library Module, on the left panel, I'll go ahead and scroll down. …I can choose among a folder or a collection, of course. …In this case, I have a folder that contains some images that I would like to …include in a web gallery. Once I've navigated to the location that …contains images, I could, of course, filter them. …But for the moment, I'm going to leave these images just as they are. …
- Selecting images for sharing
- Using collections for sharing
- Creating a watermark or identity plate
- Publishing and exporting
- Creating photo books and slideshows
- Printing photos
- Web photo galleries
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sharing Basics
2. Publishing and Exporting
3. Creating Photo Books
4. Creating Slideshows
5. Printing Photos
6. Web Photo Galleries
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