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Using Publishing Services in Adobe Lightroom 3.2

As a photographer, I like shooting and don’t like trying to mess with Facebook, Twitter, Flicker, Blogs, Portfolios etc. I don’t have the patience for it. Accessing different accounts and uploading photos, etc. I want people to see my work, but I don’t like the wasted time. Enter Lightroom 3.2: now with Publish Services, I can upload photos to various online services without ever leaving Lightroom. Publish services are plug-ins made by the various sites to expedite the process of sharing your photos. Look for more to come in the future. They are super cool.

I am looking forward to seeing everyone at Pictage Partner Conference in New Orleans. This year will be even better than last year.

In addition to speaking at Partner Conference and teaching a shooting workshop there, my Lightroom Workflow Workshop at the Pictage Partner Conference in New Orleans on November 8th is FREE for all Partner Conference attendees. So sign up for Partner Conference and come learn how to speed up your post-production workflow.

My Lightroom Workflow Workshop will be in a city near you soon. Go to www.jaredplattworkshops.com to learn more.

Using Publish Services in Adobe Lightroom 3.2 from Jared Platt on Vimeo.

Lightroom 3.2 has the ability to publish directly to Pictage, Facebook, Flickr and to a local Hard Drive. These options allow for some quick photo sharing. Using the publish services is easy and an extremely efficient way to get your images out there to the world. And watch for more publish services on the Adobe Lightroom Exchange.

Learn more about my Lightroom Workshops at www.jaredplattworkshops.com.

Written by Jared Platt

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