Did you know that you can now select up to 50 images within a collection in Lightroom Web and share them directly to your Adobe Portfolio site? First, select the images that you want to post (by clicking the check in the upper right).
Then, choose Share from the options.
Choose Adobe Portfolio in the SEND TO area.
Give your project a title, pick your project cover, and choose Continue. Notice that you can publish to Behance at the same time!
Then, go to Adobe Portfolio to publish the project on your site.
For more information about additional new features including Raw Technology Preview for Lightroom on Android, additional sharing options from Lightroom Web, and the ability to download original images from Lightroom Web, check out this post on Lightroom Journal.
For more information about creating your Adobe Portfolio, click here to download the “CreatingYourAdobePortfolio” PDF.
If you’re not aware of Adobe Portfolio – here is a short overview: If you are a member of Creative Cloud or the Creative Cloud for Photography Program, Adobe Portfolio is included in your membership. Portfolio is a simple way to create a beautiful, personalized, website with galleries of images, specialty pages (such as About, Contact, Awards etc.), social media links, and more. You can select from one of the beautifully designed layouts, which can be customized to match your personal style or, published as is. All edits that you make in the Portfolio editor are live (you see the changes as you make them), and anything you an see on the page, you can edit. Responsive design means that your layout will automatically adapt for best viewing on different devices, and access to Typkit fonts means pairing the right typographic style to complement your imagery. Add to that security options such as password protection and the option to disable right-click to protect your images, optional lightbox presentation of your images, custom domain name usage, and synchronization with Behance projects, and you have one powerful tool to use to share your work with the world (without knowing a single line of code)!