Adobe Portfolio, a platform for photographers to share images online on their own websites, will now integrate with Lightroom collections. This means you can upload entire collections at once, straight from Lightroom to your online portfolio.
The “Manage Content” section that Adobe Portfolio users are familiar with has been changed to make all this as easy as possible. It’s now broken down into two separate tabs, “Website Pages” and “Integrations,” and you can quickly get an overview of your portfolio and use the powerful new features.
“Website Pages” will show you all of your galleries and pages, whereas “Integrations” will enable you to connect Lightroom collections as well as setting which gallery future Behance projects will appear in.
Clicking “Add Collections” will allow you to import any of your Lightroom collections as its own page, with all the images appearing in a neat photo grid. This can then be reordered and adjusted from the Adobe Portfolio website. You can also import your projects from Behance, with them appearing as new pages within a specified gallery on Portfolio.
With numerous pages being created by the new integrations, Adobe has added new “product badges” that will appear in the “Manage Content” section of the website. This helps you to keep track of exactly where your pages have come from in the first place, as well as allowing you to re-import content should it require updating.
“Portfolio continues to make building your own customized creative website easier by leveraging one of the creative world’s most popular applications,” Adobe says.
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