In This Chapter
Getting to know the Web module interface
Establishing a Web workflow
Customizing Web galleries
Getting your gallery online
It's an online world these days. High speed Internet and digital photography go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Lightroom's Web module offers a diverse range of photo gallery styles and configurations for creating professional-looking galleries without touching a bit of HTML code. Seamless integration between your portfolio and Lightroom's built-in FTP (File Transfer Protocol) software means you can take your photos from import to Web gallery to Web server in a matter of minutes!
Just like a slideshow, you can create a Web gallery from any grouping of images you can pull together in the Library module. You can start from a folder, keyword search, metadata browse, or collection. If you can group them, you can put them on the Web!
If you've been reading this book from the start, you might be tired of hearing it by now (but at least you won't forget), but each Lightroom module is structured essentially the same way to make your workflow more efficient. Here's the benefit from this consistency: The interface behaves the same way no matter where you are! You can show/hide and collapse/expand panels as needed to maximize your work area, and only display the controls you ...