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I recently looked into this problem (Jan 2016) and the best solution I found was Flickr. They have 1TB storage free and offer the Flickr Uploader tool for MacOS and Windows. The Uploader can run and monitor folders you specify to upload photos from. The Uploader recognizes duplicates that are already on your cloud and won't upload more than one copy in ...


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It looks from your example images as though it could be a colour management issue. Lightroom uses different colour spaces for the Library and Develop modules, as explained here. (Key excerpt below) Lightroom primarily uses the Adobe RGB color space to display colors. The Adobe RGB gamut includes most of the colors that digital cameras can capture as well ...


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I'm not 100% sure of your intentions, but try Mylio. The salient feature of Mylio is synching folders to other devices. So say you have FolderX on your laptop; it would synch everything from that folder to FolderX on your NAS. Not only that, you can choose to synch full sized RAWs, or previews, or thumbnails. And different folders and so on; kinda like ...


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I'm assuming from the rest of your question that you actually want to export from Lightroom to Flickr away from home, not the other way around. I did a lot of research on this particular problem when I set up my workflow. You really nailed the crux of the challenge with this statement: Ideally I'd like to create a physical copy of my photo on my ...


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You can not export from smart previews, because there is nothing to export: you need the original files for Lightroom to create JPEG. Lightroom can't work with multiple instances of the same image. However, you can use a few Lightroom supported features to get some of what I think you want. First, if you want to temporarily take some of your Lightroom ...



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