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Photo Upload Zenfolio

Upload your photos to Zenfolio

Upload your photos to Zenfolio

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$15.00

A really easy to use plug-in that allows you to upload your photos to Zenfolio.
You can use the plug-in with Lightroom's export or publish services capabilities.

For installation instructions, please refer to the ”Where to find it” section.

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If you have any installation or support questions then please refer to the plug-in support page:
http://www.newpproducts.com/lightroom-plug-ins/support-faq/
Or send an email to:
support@newpproducts.com
If you have any problems or questions please do get in contact directly using either option above!

Latest version history here:
http://www.newpproducts.com/lightroom-plug-ins/photo-upload/version-history/

2019-11-05 5.4.2
Update: Now works with Lightroom Classic 9

2019-10-24 5.4.1
Update: Setting ”Put in sub-folder” works for published collections that are not marked as ”Lightroom only”
Fix: Google Drive no longer creates duplicate folders at the top level

2019-09-30 5.4.0
Fix: Collections can be specified as ”Collection in Lightroom only” correctly again

2019-09-11 5.3.9
Fix: Base folders can now be specified correctly again

2019-08-27 5.3.8
Update: Google Photos requires fewer permissions when authenticating with an account

2019-08-20 5.3.7
Update: Blogger photos are uploaded to Google Drive, now that Google has ended support for Picasa Web

2019-07-21 5.3.6.1
Fix: Authentication with Google Photos works again

2019-07-19 5.3.6
Update: Gmail now requires fewer permissions when authenticating with an account
Fix: OneDrive no longer retrieves shared folders that are owned by the user (the folders will already be returned in the non-shared folder list)

2019-05-20 5.3.5
Fix: Sidecar files that already exist on the service can be successfully deleted again

2019-05-18 5.3.4
Fix: Albums created on SmugMug when showing the full hierarchy are correctly included in the album list

2019-05-15 5.3.3
Update: Google Drive supports shared drives instead of team drives
Update: Google Photos shows used and remaining storage quota

2019-04-01 5.3.2
Fix: Photo file names with double quotation marks are correctly handled on Macs

This Photo Upload plug-in works with Amazon Drive, Blogger, Box, Dropbox, Flickr, FTP, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Photos, OneDrive, Pinterest, SmugMug, Tree Mirror, Tumblr, Twitter, WordPress and Zenfolio.
If you already have one of these Photo Upload plug-ins then you should not install a second copy. Instead, use that existing plug-in and select the appropriate upload service.

- Ensure you have Adobe Creative Cloud application installed (a free application - does not require a Creative Cloud subscription)
- The Creative Cloud application will sync with Adobe and place a Zip file for this plug-in in your Downloads folder (the filename will begin with ”photoupload”)
- Extract the plug-in folder named ”photoupload.lrplugin” from within the Zip file (keeping the exact folder name) to an appropriate permanent location (e.g. Documents)
- Add to Lightroom using Lightroom's Plug-in Manager (from Lightroom's File menu)

Once installed, you can use the new capabilities from Lightroom's Export window or by setting up a Lightroom Publish Service.

Use the plug-in's built-in Update button to check that you have the most recent updates for compatibility with the latest versions of Lightroom.

LICENSE KEY - If you have purchased the plug-in then you will receive an automatically generated email containing your license key. Enter this key into the plug-in's settings using the License Key button. If you do not receive your license key email then please contact Adobe directly.

If you have any installation or support questions then please refer to the plug-in support page:
http://www.newpproducts.com/lightroom-plug-ins/support-faq/
Or send an email to:
support@newpproducts.com
Adobe does not allow plug-in developers to respond to any comments left on this site - so if you have any problems or questions please do get in contact directly.

For self-hosted WordPress sites, please ensure you have the Jetpack plug-in and have enabled JSON API in the Jetpack settings. You do not need Jetpack if your site is hosted on wordpress.com.
Self-hosted sites also need to be linked to an existing (free) wordpress.com account.
Localhost WordPress sites are not currently compatible with this plug-in as they cannot be linked to a wordpress.com account.

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