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How to, can I export, publish from Lightroom Classic to Synology Photos Files?

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lschiz

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My work flow ends up on a working drive M on my desktop.
My working Catalogs are on my C drive backed up elsewhere on my NAS.
I sync my M drive to a master folder on my Synology NAS on my local network.
I curently publish from LR to Smugmug, my website using their excellext Publishing app.
I am setting up to leave Smugmug, host my own site on my Syology NAS. (This Smugmug Publish service will also mark for republish as I make dchange to catalog files.)
Is there anything similar to this Smugmug Publish App for exporting/publishing from LRC to the new DSM 7 Synology Photo App?
I will still sync my desktop working M drive to the master folder on my NAS for lwevel 1 of my back up system but want to exprto or publish to my NAS Synology Photo files for shared to family, friends and clients.
I am also building a new website to replace my Smugmug site for clients. I am using/building with Wordpress on my local NAS with Imagely Pro.
Any sugestions thought are sincerely appreciated.
Scott
 
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My work flow ends up on a working drive M on my desktop.
My working Catalogs are on my C drive backed up elsewhere on my NAS.
I sync my M drive to a master folder on my Synology NAS on my local network.
I curently publish from LR to Smugmug, my website using their excellext Publishing app.
I am setting up to leave Smugmug, host my own site on my Syology NAS. (This Smugmug Publish service will also mark for republish as I make dchange to catalog files.)
Is there anything similar to this Smugmug Publish App for exporting/publishing from LRC to the new DSM 7 Synology Photo App?
I will still sync my desktop working M drive to the master folder on my NAS for lwevel 1 of my back up system but want to exprto or publish to my NAS Synology Photo files for shared to family, friends and clients.
I am also building a new website to replace my Smugmug site for clients. I am using/building with Wordpress on my local NAS with Imagely Pro.
Any sugestions thought are sincerely appreciated.
Scott

If the Synology NAS is an attached drive then you can use the Hard drive Publish Service and just point the export destination to as folder on the Synology drive that will be used to host your Wen images


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SaraLH

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I export jpgs to my Synology NAS using Jeffrey Friedl's Folder Publisher plugin, which allows you to export copies of your Lightroom photos to disk in a folder hierarchy that mimics the folder hierarchy in your Lightroom catalog using criteria you choose (e.g. "all photos with 3 star ratings"). You can set up different publish services for different tree structures. Mine is set up to publish to the "photos" folder on the NAS and so Synology Photos automatically finds all newly published photos. It's great, has run solidly for years and it takes just one click to publish newly edited (or re-edited) photos.
 

lschiz

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If the Synology NAS is an attached drive then you can use the Hard drive Publish Service and just point the export destination to as folder on the Synology drive that will be used to host your Wen images


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Ah yes Thank you
And I think I recall I coud set up an export and name it and save it.
 
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