1. Put photos in “Pictures folder on the dock
- Launch Lightroom
- Import photos - button in lower left of the window
- While in "Library"
- Left hand sidebar - select your folder where you put your photos
- Next to “Quick Develop” - upper right in right sidebar
- Select - Auto Settings
- If additional adjustments are needed - select a different White Balance and ToneControl
2. Switch Lightroom to “Develop” mode - top of window
- Select cropping tool - top of right sidebar
- Next to”Original” click to open the lock
- Next to the lock select “Enter custom” and type 1800 x 1000 - click "Ok"
- Position cropping grid over desired area
- Hit return key
3. Switch Lightroom to “Library” mode - top of window
- Click "Export" button - bottom left of the window
- Under "Export Location: Export to "Pictures folder"
- Under "File Naming" - Choose "Custom Name"
- Next to "Custom Text" type a name for your file
- Click on "Export" - bottom right of the popup window
4. To retreave your adjusted, resized/cropped, and named file
- Go to the "Pictures" folder - far right of the dock at the bottom of your screen
- On your own computer go to "Useres" select the user you are loged in as - go to "Pictures" folder
IN WordPres (commons.marymount.edu)
1. Under “Appearance”
- Select: “Theme”
- Activate; Photographers Theme
2. Create new page: Home
- Under “Page Attributes”
- Under Template select: Home
2 b.Under Appearance select “Customize”
- Select “Static Front Page”
- Bullet “A static page”
- Under Front page select: Home
- Save (blue button)
3. Create a new Post: homepage slider1
- Create a new category: homepage slider
- Insert your photo as a feature photo in the post
4. Under Appearance select “Customize”
- Select “Theme options”
- Select “Featured Slideshow
- Under Slideshow Category select “homepage slider”
- Under Slideshow Posts Number: type 12
- Save (blue button)
5. Repeat step 3 and create more New Posts: homepage slider2, homepage slider3, etc.
6. Quit Lightroom
7. Copy your folders and files from the “Pictures” folder in the dock to your USB Flash drive, or Google Drive.