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Okay, at this point I have done the initial processing, and I am pretty happy, I have an idea where I am going to go with it. I may want to send them out to a client for approval, may be just want to share with another artist and get some inputs. So let me use the E key jump back over to the Library. Hit my Tab key to get my Panel just back. Shift+Click to make sure I have all these images chosen, and simply click on Export. Through here we have a lot of presets. Later on you will go ahead and set your own presets, so you will be able to perform a lot of these actions automatically. Where do I want these to go? Well, I have a desktop folder called bears_email, so I am going to go there. Am I going to put it into a Sub folder?
Well yeah, this is probably the first of many emails I sent out with these. So I am going to call this one initial. I'll leave my naming convention the same with the drr_alaskabears. I'll keep most JPEGs and fairly small, probably down around 50%. They are just for approval. Change my colors face to sRGB. Change it to 72 dpi. I want to Constrain the Maximum Size. Let say 1024x1024. We don't want to minimize the Embedded Metadata, and we want to leave the keywords alone. Now for post processing options, they do give you a few, but we are just going to out them in a folder attach them to an email, and will be good to go there. So do nothing and export. Okay, done.
Now there are a couple of more ways you can share these without even leaving lightroom. Let's pop up here into this Slide show module. So have our images selected, we have a lot of options up here, I am just going to run through them real quick and set them. We will be covering this in detail in the future chapter. So let me just run through, do a few settings here. I am going to turn some things off. I am going to turn somethings on without getting into it. Turn off my Identity Plate. Let's make the pictures a little smaller, so they sit in the screen. Let's turn off any Ratings, Overlays, and just change the Background color. We get rid of the Wash.
We can make these pop more by clicking on Black, and see down here at the bottom, we have a choice of Random Order. Now we are going to go ahead and let's preview those. Okay, hit Escape. That looks pretty good. What else can we do with these? Well, we can create a quick webpage. Click on the Web Module, and it's just about as difficult. You come over here to the Lightroom Templates. They provide you with a lot of interesting templates that we'll go through one by one. One of my favorites is the Charcoal. Because we have the pictures selected, they are already in there. We can look at this. We have seven images, truly easy to go in there and change the Site Tittle. Let's call this Katmai Bears. Next one down, I will go ahead and put Digital Railroad Photo Safari, and making sure that the credit is given where credits do. I am going to put in here all Photographs copyright, Ric Kasnoff.
Moving along we can also come down here to the bottom, and make sure that this email link, this one we do have to pop over here versus contact info. We will go ahead and put Ric Kasnoff in there. The important thing is, the box below is linked. So you leave the mail to, and just put Ric@ecophoto.com. That gives you a hot link down over here when they click on your webpage. Okay, we are good to go. So now we have a webpage to go with our slide show. Let me show you the final thing I would normally do with this, and that's printing. Printing is amazingly easy and accurate in Lightroom. When you pop it up, I have got all seven images chosen. Let me go ahead and change the set up here. Unselect these.
Go ahead and change the tool Horizontal Aspect. Now I have got my normal printer options here. I usually print on A3 for these types of prints. Horizontal, okay. Set it up. Now as you choose your print, you can add an Identity Plate. You can add special text, but the nicest part is, I can Shift+Click all of these images. As I come through, I can see how each of them will be laid out, and batch print everything. Just another way that Lightroom saves your time and effort in your workflow.
Although you have it, a quick overview in less than 20 minutes, we have imported issue. We have appended our global Metadata, copyright information, and keywords. We sorted and ranked the images. We have processed our selects. We built a small webpage in a slide show. We have even got setup to make our final prints, all without leaving the program.