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Web Publisher for Georeferenced Photos in Lightroom
Posted by Jim Keir on 13 February 2015 01:23 PM

A new product for Lightroom has been released, in a slightly different direction for .

The new web publisher, something we've not done before, adds a Web Gallery to Lightroom which lets you publish your photos to a website that's based on a map as well as the traditional grid layout. This makes a lot of sense if you have taken the time to georeference your photos, maybe using a GPS tracker, and want to show them off in context together.

The publisher is based around Google Maps, and it will also use Google Analytics, social networks and content-delivery networks if you choose. As ever, it's free to try so go ahead and see for yourself!

WebEngine Details at

An example gallery at

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Fixed a problem after initial install of the Alamy plugin
Posted by Jim Keir on 03 February 2015 07:49 PM
It looks like the gremlins got into the plugin for Alamy a while ago... it's been saying that the pseudonym file was broken the first time it was installed, which isn't really a good introduction to the plugin! That problem is now fixed, so it should install cleanly into new catalogs without asking for repairs to be done.
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License management is better!
Posted by Jim Keir on 25 January 2015 12:40 PM
The License Management section of the site should be a lot more usable now. Previously it was only possible to view licenses for Lightroom and FlightSim products; now you can renew expired licenses, reissue them to other registered emails, and buy full licenses straight from the support center.
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Backup Cleaner Updated
Posted by Jim Keir on 25 January 2013 05:38 PM
The Lightroom Backup Cleaner has been updated to handle working with multiple catalogs differently. Each catalog will now have it's backups maintained separately instead of all together.
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Duplicate Finder Updated
Posted by Jim Keir on 08 August 2012 03:55 PM

The popular Lightroom Duplicate Finder plugin was updated today, to add a simple but useful new feature. You can now choose to say that matching the Lens name is optional.

This might sound a bit odd - surely the same lens would be recorded if a photo really is a duplicate of another? Well, yes, but for some reason some programs change the name of the lens when the format of the photo is converted. For example, a DNG might say "EF17-40mm f/4L USM" while the JPG created as an export of this says "17.0-40.0 mm".

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