Resize your images to share them online.
Modern cameras capture so much information that file sizes can be huge. All that detail is important if you’re printing your photos, but it’s unnecessary for sharing online. High-resolution images take a long time to load on WordPress or Squarespace web pages. Social media sites like Facebook and Instagram do basic photo compression to boost load time, often to the detriment of your images.
Optimise your images for the web.
Learn how to optimise your own images and export to JPG to limit file degradation by websites you want to share your work on.
Use Export presets to save your settings.
Learn how to make a preset that will change a file from TIFF to JPG automatically, adjust quality or limit file size and add a watermark.
Share photos from anywhere.
Easily share a single photo or whole album from your computer, phone or tablet with Lightroom Classic. Use the Publish Services panel to export and upload JPG photos directly to photo-sharing websites.
Find the right resolution.
What’s the ideal resolution for a printed photograph? Learn how to prepare your photos for printing at the proper aspect ratio without needlessly inflating image size.
However you share your images, pay attention to how the image looks after compression. If you’re not happy with it after the compression process, experiment in Lightroom Classic until you find the right balance of quality and file size.