Connectors are a first step towards sharing your Lightroom photos with print professionals including Blurb (to create and publish books) and White House Custom Color (for professional printing). Once you “connect” their service, you will be able to access your photos within their software and take advantage of the services that they provide.
Did you know that if you subscribe to the Creative Cloud for Photography program or Creative Cloud, you can access the photographs that you synchronize form Lightroom CC on the desktop or Lightroom mobile from any device from within a browser? This means that you’re no longer tied to a specific device – log on to lightroom.adobe.com and sign in using your adobe ID to upload, view, edit, and share your images from anywhere.
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).
I’m excited to announce several updates across the Lightroom CC ecosystem including People View, improved Search, and refined Sharing controls.
Lightroom CC Web now supports synced profiles and presets, extends the number of controls when sharing images, and returns improves results when using the Best Photos Technology Preview.