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Save a Web Gallery in Lightroom Classic CC- Instructions: A picture of the options for saving a web gallery within the “Create Web Gallery” dialog box in Lightroom Classic CC.

Save a Web Gallery in Lightroom Classic CC: Overview

            You can save a web gallery in Lightroom Classic CC as a web collection. After doing this, you can then add photos to it to automatically apply its settings to the photos. To save a web gallery in Lightroom Classic CC, create a web photo gallery in the Web module, as usual. First, select photos to include in the gallery and then apply a template. Then modify it by using the panels at the right side of the Web module. Finally, use the Filmstrip to select the photos to include in the web collection.

            Then click the plus-shaped “New Collection” button at the right side of the Collections panel header. Then select the “Create Web Gallery” command from the menu that appears to open the “Create Web Gallery” dialog box. Type a name for the web gallery into the “Name:” text field. To save it within an existing collection set, check the “Inside” checkbox. Then select the name of the existing collection set from the adjacent drop-down menu.

Save a Web Gallery in Lightroom Classic CC- Instructions: A picture of the options for saving a web gallery within the “Create Web Gallery” dialog box in Lightroom Classic CC.

Save a Web Gallery in Lightroom Classic CC- Instructions: A picture of the options for saving a web gallery within the “Create Web Gallery” dialog box in Lightroom Classic CC.

            You can also check or uncheck the checkbox options in the “Options” section to enable or disable the following features. “Make new virtual copies” makes virtual copies of the photos in the web gallery. “Set as target collection” sets the web gallery as the target collection. Finally, “Sync with Lightroom CC” syncs the web gallery with Lightroom CC.

            When finished setting your options and naming the web gallery, click the “Create” button. Doing this then closes the dialog box and saves it into the Collections panel. In this panel, it then appears with a “Grid” button icon next to its name.

Save a Web Gallery in Lightroom Classic CC: Instructions

  1. To save a web gallery in Lightroom Classic CC, create a web photo gallery in the Web module, as usual.
  2. To do this, first select photos to include in the gallery and then apply a template.
  3. Then modify it by using the panels at the right side of the Web module.
  4. Finally, use the Filmstrip to select the photos to include in the web collection.
  5. Then click the plus-shaped “New Collection” button at the right side of the Collections panel header.
  6. Then select the “Create Web Gallery” command from the menu that appears to open the “Create Web Gallery” dialog box.
  7. Type a name for the web gallery into the “Name:” text field.
  8. To save it within an existing collection set, check the “Inside” checkbox.
  9. Then select the name of the existing collection set from the adjacent drop-down menu.
  10. Optionally, check or uncheck the checkbox options in the “Options” section to enable or disable the following features.
  11. “Make new virtual copies” makes virtual copies of the photos in the web gallery.
  12. “Set as target collection” sets the web gallery as the target collection.
  13. “Sync with Lightroom CC” syncs the web gallery with Lightroom CC.
  14. To finish saving the web gallery in Lightroom Classic CC, click the “Create” button
  15. The dialog box closes, and the web gallery is then saved into the Collections panel.

Save a Web Gallery in Lightroom Classic CC: Video Lesson

            The following video lesson, titled “Saving a Web Gallery as a Web Collection,” shows you how to save a web gallery in Lightroom Classic CC. This video lesson is from our complete Lightroom Classic CC tutorial, titled “Mastering Lightroom Classic Made Easy v.CC.”

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