Publish Photos Directly From Adobe Lightroom To Instagram
Instagram is just more than a place to show off clothes, jewelry, food and selfies. The social network is just an excellent place to showcase artwork. It is where you can find several kinds of artists who work with all sorts of mediums showing off their works-in-progress and work. To photographers, Instagram is no different and in addition to using the platform in showcasing their work, photographers make use other kinds of photo editing tools as well as Adobe Lightroom.
Lightroom is just a feature rich photo editing application that works great with other Adobe products and it has a huge offering of plugins just to make it all the more useful. LR/Instagram is one free Plug-in that might interest you if you are searching for an easy way to publish photos from Adobe Lightroom directly to Instagram.
All you need to do is download LR/Instagram and add it to Lightroom via the Plug-ins manager.
Now sign-in to your Instagram account from LR/Instagram’s section and set what the caption of the published photo should be and also set whether or not the photo should be sharpened for a high resolution screens. You can as well automatically add a watermark to the photo when it’s been published. Once you are done configuring the Plug-in, import a photo in Lightroom and edit it.
When you are ready to publish the edited photo to your Instagram account, all you need do is simply drag and drop it on the plug-in’s section to add it to the publishing queue, after doing that click on the “Publish” button at the top right corner.
Publishing is pretty fast with the photo’s size and the number of photos that are being published as it is the only factors contributing in any delay. The photo, after been published, gives no indication that is was published from the desktop app. For what everyone knows, is that you published it from the normal official Instagram app.
LR/Instagram is a free to use plugin but the developers only ask you to pay $10 if you like it. It’s available to download for both Windows and macOS.