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Version 20091014.5 is available for download. There are quite a few new features including the ability to filter and sort the album list, display album thumbnail image, and check for updates. I’d like thank Ken Graham and Brian Orr who provided valuable feedback and made several great suggestions, and essentially helped me make […]

Today I’m going to give you a few tips on customizing the output format of the Export List plug-in. Of course it would beĀ  impossible to come up with a single format that fits every single user’s needs. There’s always going to be either too much information or too little, or the data items would […]

Version 20091004.4 is available for download. This version features several important fixes and improvements. I’d like to thank everyone who reported issues and helped me troubleshooting them.

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]