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How to Set Up Facebook Publish Services in Lightroom 3

By Pye Jirsa on May 12th 2011

(The Lightroom video tutorial in this post is just under the introductory text below. The working files for this video can be found in any of the articles within the Creating Catalogs and Importing Chapter)

Hard Drive Publish Services are nice and all, but I think you all will really get excited with the Facebook and Flickr Publish Service functions built into Lightroom 3.

Not only can you upload and track photos to specific albums and locations, you can also manage your comments on each image straight from Lightroom.

Just a note, the Facebook Publish Services function can be a little buggy. But, hopefully over time those kinks should get worked out through updates to Facebook and Lightroom.

So, in this video we are first going to cover setting up the Facebook Publish Services. In the next video, we will move on to the Flickr Publish Services.


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    Hi how do you have a subfolder within a folder for lightroom that shows in the thumbnail menu?

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