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  • December 25, 2018
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How to Use Photolemur as Adobe Lightroom Plugin

How to Use Photolemur as Adobe Lightroom Plugin

Photolemur can be used as a plugin in  Lightroom Classic CC both on Mac and Windows.

If you're on Mac

To install the plugin, launch Photolemur and open its top menu. In the menu, select Install Plugins

Then you’ll see a window with the list of available plugins. To install a plugin, click the Install button next to Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom.

Then click Done and relaunch the app to apply changes.

In Lightroom, you can use Photolemur for both single image processing and batch image processing. 

To edit a single image, open it in Lightroom and then export to Photolemur.  For batch processing, select a batch of photos and then export them to Photolemur.

In Lightroom, there are three ways to export your photos to Photolemur:

1. Click File and select Export with preset. Then click Export to Photolemur

2. Click File and select Export.

This will bring up the Lightroom export window where you can select Export to Photolemur and then click Export.
3. Right-click on your photo and select Edit in. Then select Edit in Photolemur
Important: This method should be used for single image processing only.

Selecting Edit in Photolemur will open a Lightroom export window where you can choose how to export your photo. 

If you’ve already made earlier adjustments in Lightroom and you want Photolemur to edit your photo after these adjustments, choose Edit a copy with Lightroom adjustments.

You can also edit your original photo if you haven’t made any adjustments in Lightroom yet. In this case, the enhanced photo will overwrite your original, so make sure you want that to happen before choosing this option.

You can also edit a copy of a photo if you’ve made some adjustments but you want to have a different copy with Photolemur enhancements, for example, or if you want to keep your original photo.

When ready, click the Edit button to send the image to Photolemur.

After Photolemur is finished, you can switch between the before and after previews to see how your photo was improved. Or you can set the intensity of the adjustments with the Boost slider.
To save your photo back to Lightroom, click Done and your photo will appear as a new file in the All Photographs folder so that you still have your original photo.

If you're on Windows

To install the plugin, launch Photolemur and open its top menu. In the menu, select Install Plugins

Then you’ll see a window with the list of available plugins. To install a plugin, click the Install button next to Adobe  Lightroom.

Then click Done and relaunch the app to apply changes.

In Lightroom, you can use Photolemur for both single image processing and batch image processing. 

To edit a single image, open it in Lightroom and then export to Photolemur.  For batch processing, select a batch of photos and then export them to Photolemur.

In Lightroom, there are two ways to export your photos to Photolemur:

1. Click File and select Export with preset. Then select one of the options under Photolemur. 

2. Click File and select Export.

This will bring up the Lightroom export window where you can select Photolemur and then click Export.

Important: You can also right-click on your photo instead of going to the File menu.
Choosing either of the options described will make you select one of the following ways to export your photo:

  • Open original images
  • Use TIFF with Lightroom adjustments
If you haven’t made any adjustments in Lightroom yet, you can select Open original images

If you’ve already made earlier adjustments in Lightroom and you want Photolemur to edit your photo after these adjustments, choose Use TIFF with Lightroom adjustments.

After Photolemur is finished, you can switch between the before and after previews to see how your photo was improved. Or you can set the intensity of the adjustments with the Boost slider.
To save your photo back to Lightroom, click Done and your photo will appear as a new file in the All Photographs folder so that you still have your original photo.
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