ShootProof
Sep 2013

ShootProof Lightroom Plugin

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The ShootProof Lightroom Plugin is a free Publish Service that allows you to create galleries and album structures and then upload photos directly to ShootProof from Lightroom. The plugin will keep your work in sync; edit or remove a file from a gallery in Lightroom and simply Publish the update to ShootProof.

Ready to get started? It’s easy to install the plugin and even easier to shave time off your workflow!

 

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See how Sal Cincotta uses ShootProof and Lightroom in his workflow:
Behind The Shutter: ShootProof + Lightroom = Better Together  

Helpful Hints

Once you’ve got the terminology down, you’ll find that uploading with the Lightroom Plugin works wonders for your workflow. Here’s a cheat sheet for remembering what they mean:

1. “Published Collection Set” = “Gallery” or “Album”
2. “Published Collection” = “Photos” in an Gallery or Album
3. “Publish”  = “Upload Photos” and “Create Galleries / Albums”

Visit the Knowledge Base for tips on how to keep Lightroom and ShootProof in sync for your Galleries going forward.

 

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4 thoughts on "ShootProof Lightroom Plugin"
  • Sarah says:

    Anyone have any brilliant ideas for organizing the album lists in LR? Would love to have folders organized by year instead of all my galleries, ever, in alphabetical orientation.

    It would also be awesome to be able to archive galleries from within LR.

    Thanks!

  • Noah says:

    Correction to my previous comment: it appears that it doesn’t treat a published collection as a folder at all. So I guess treating existing folders as collection sets makes sense, but it’s kind of counter-intuitive that you have to make a sub-folder in Lightroom that doesn’t show up as anything on ShootProof.

  • Noah says:

    So glad you moved over to a publish service instead of just an export plug-in. A big step in the right direction. One minor bug to report: previously created albums from ShootProof show up in Lightroom by default as collection sets instead of collections. Thus you can’t add new photos to an existing album without creating a collection that is either alongside or is a sub-album of the original. Thanks for working hard to keep making ShootProof better and easier to use.

  • Denise D says:

    Brilliant, can not wait to try this out thank you!

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