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๐Ÿ”Ž Quick Tip #1: Make your photo Remixable

Adobe Employee ,
Jan 26, 2022 Jan 26, 2022

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Did you know that members of the in-app Lightroom community can designate their edited photos as Remixables? Remixables enable anyone within the community to further edit shared photos and create Remixes.

 

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What you'll need: Lightroom (Mac, Windows), iOSAndroid, or Lightroom Web

 

โžŠ Start by selecting an edited image from your library. 

     Note: You will get an error message if you try to share an unedited image.

 

โž‹ Click on the share icon in the upper right > Community > Share to Discover

 

โžŒ Give your edit a title & description of how you edited the image you're about to share. Choose 1 โ€“ 3 categories that reflect the subject matter of the image. Turn on Remixing. 

   Note: If you don't want your edits to be available as a preset, make sure to disable that option.

 

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โž Once you click on share, your image will be submitted and you'll receive a link you can use to invite others to Remix your image.  Ex: shareable link 

 

Do you want to share your remix, post your link in the comments below!

 

 

 

Pro Tip: If you've already shared an image to Discover and would like to make it Remixable, go to Discover > Click on your profile Photo > Click on the three dots of the image > Update Info > Turn on Remix (Only on Desktop)

 

 

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