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Export List

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This plugin was inspired by a post in Adobe Lightroom SDK forums. Somebody was asking for an ability to generate a list of exported photos, so it could be sent as an email to other parties to give them a detailed inventory of photos added to a shared folder. So I decided to throw the guy some rope and developed a plugin, which does just that and a bit more. The plugin can list photos in multiple formats: HTML, plain text, CSV. Other formats can be easily added via the configuration file and an output template. Each template can be individually customized to include any metadata fields along with the file name. The user can choose to open the output file in the default program (i.e. Notepad for text files, web browser for HTML files, or Microsoft Excel for CSV files), or in Mozilla Thunderbird in compose mode with the generated file automatically added as an attachment. Download and use this plugin free of charge, all I ask in return from you is to provide some feedback. Let me know if you liked or disliked the plugin, or suggest features to add. Visit the Export List plugin page to download the package.
Version 20090909.3 is available for download. Important: Instead of the FTP password, the plugin now relies on your web password for authentication. From now on use your regular AdoramaPix password to log in.
Version 20090907.3 is available for download. This version contains several nice additions and improvements.
One time I needed to use Costco Photo Center to print my photos I was surprised to find out they didn't offer a Lightroom plugin to upload files to their lab. Their web site uses a propitiatory API, which they don't disclose (at least as of today it hasn't been disclosed yet). But I was up for the challenge. After a few days of battling it out with the black box of Costco web site I was able to produce this little plugin. Download and use this plugin free of charge, all I ask in return from you is to provide some feedback. Visit the Export to Costco Photo Center page to download the plugin package.
Version 20090901.2 is available for download.
I use AdoramaPix to print my photos. So far my experience with them has been only positive in terms of both, quality of prints and customer service. Unfortunately they don't offer a Lightroom plugin to upload photos to their lab. This is where I felt my programming skills would come in handy, so I developed this little plugin. Download and use this plugin free of charge, all I ask in return from you is to provide some feedback. Visit the Export to AdormapaPix plugin page to download the package.
Bright full moon

Bright full moon. August 8, 2009 • 1:28 am

My name is Vladimir Vinogradsky and I am a professional programmer and a photography enthusiast based out of East Hanover, New Jersey. Over the last couple of years I've gained experience with Photoshop, Lightroom, and digital photography in general, so I felt the need to share, and hopefully learn new tricks from your feedback. I am launching this blog as a place for photographers to gather and exchange information, showcase my shots and share my ideas, techniques, and tools. I will do my best to keep this blog updated as my time allows. I’m currently still getting all my quirks worked out on this blog, so if something does not work or does not seem right please drop me an e-mail about the problem. Also, don't hesitate to provide your feedback and comment on the contents of this blog. Thanks.