Lightroom 6 tutorial – How to export photos from Lightroom CC


In this lightroom 6 tutorial I show you how to export photos in lightroom quickly and easily. I explain how to export jpegs in lightroom CC and well as the best export settings in lightroom. Exporting images in lightroom allows you to show off you images to the world including online export and export for print.
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In this Video you will learn:

– Export photos from lightroom 6
– Lightroom CC tutorial
– How to export a photo in lightroom


Part 1 – Lightroom Quick Start Guide –

Part 1 – Library Module basics
Part 2 – Collections
Part 3 – Ultimate Workflow –
Part 4 – Exporting photos –

Part 1 – Basic Panel –
Part 2 – Crop tool –
Part 3 – Tone Curve –
Part 4 – HDR Merge –
Part 5 – Selective Color –
Part 6 – Amazing Skies –
Part 7 – HSL –
Part 8 – Radial Filter –
Part 9 – Spot Removal –
Part 10 – Split Toning –
Part 11 – Lens Corrections –
Part 12 – High Fashion Color Toning –
Part 13 – Clarity Tool –
Part 14 – Vibrance And Saturation –
Part 15 – White Balance –
Part 16 – Vignette –
Part 17 – Film Grain –

Part 1 – How To Retouch Eyes –


Part 1 – Full Beauty Retouch –
Part 2 – Full Landscape Retouch –

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  1. You started the tutorial from inside the LR library but I'm here because I can't find the flamin library. What's the point of starting a tutorial from a point that you don't explain how to reach your start point!!!!!!!

  2. Brilliant!!! At last a clear walk through and explanation of the various (too many) settings, THANKYOOOOOOO !!!

  3. Thanks huge Ed. I enjoyed your instructional technique, not only explaining but showing the results at each step. One minor request would be to calm down on the 'vibrating' mouse pointer 🙂 One of my bug bears is when people get a mouse or a laser pointer they feel obliged to vibrate it back and forth. Thanks again

  4. Ed, I want to make a general comment about your videos. I'm a professional photographer, I've done tons of training/teaching in the past and I watch lots of training videos on YouTube about everything photography. One of the most frustrating things about watching different videos is to listen to the author's personal story behind the pictures being used in their training video: where was the picture taken, who's in it, how they felt about it, blah, blah, blah. I frankly don't care about any of that information. All I want, because my time is limited and important, is the essence of the information of the tip or process or function the author is sharing. You are the gold standard for doing this! You get to the point, stay on target and are succinct and informative! I know I can always count on you to get right to it and not get side-tracked. When I tell others how training videos are to be done and done rightly and professionally, I direct them to you!

    In this example on exporting from Lightroom, I don't know where the picture was taken, what time of the day it was, who the person was in the picture, why you took it, how you felt about it, etc – all I know and all I wanted to know was how to export pics from Lightroom – and that's exactly what I got!

    Huge thanks to you!!! Oh, and…I always get a kick out of your humorous (and quick) intros! Lol

  5. Once you export to desktop if you want to send it to your iPhone and do share, airdrop. how do you then remove the export from your desktop without breaking the link to the original image in Lightroom. Thank you for your help

  6. When i see image in develop module , its crisp and sharp as i edited and wanted.But when i import it on desktop , or even i see the same image in library module, its not that sharp.What could be the reason for that? How should i impprt with the sharpness and clarity which is visible in develop module?

  7. what if I want to export a directory of images and all sub-directories, AND I want the structure maintained in the destination? So I want the subfolders to be created on the USB stick–the full file structure should be maintained. So far it's just flattening the structure of the destination–putting every image into the same directory–I don't want to have to navigate to every folder and export independently…

  8. So, after opening LR, and opening your photos from where ever they may be on ypur PC or Mac after downloading from your DSLR or digital camera, (documents, Photos, etc) they are then "moved" (exported) into your LR software as the same type of file you shot them in (hopefully RAW) with your camera? Ok, great! So as you open your LR program to edit the photos, how does one save and keep the Actual RAW file separated from the edited JPG file?

  9. Ed…. I gave you shit about your accent that time, but honestly dude, your content is up there with the best around. Top work again mate, very helpful as always.

  10. great video thanks. I was searching  for a query with a photography competition guideline. Is that the slider to adjust the following statement.  ( A JPEG compression of 9/12 (or 75%))  thanks

  11. I have done what you say, but I only get a lightroom file saved, not a jpeg on desktop…What am I doing wrong????

  12. good pm ,pls guide me on how to transfer the edited Lr or from Psd back to my iphone,so i could show it to my co workers or friends? Thanks for the your future reply( hopefully soon enough,ha ha,but thanks a million with this tutorial also)

  13. Hello, nice video, thanks a lot! I would like to create a book with my photo through an online site. I was wondering what pixels size choose to export the images at the best quality possible to make sure they'll look good once printed for this book!


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