How do I export photos with a chromebook. I downloaded the photos to my files and uploaded them to the Lightroom App. From there i can click export or download to
device but i cant find the picture anywhere.
What exactly do you see? Can you share a screen grab of Lightroom on your Chromebook? If the images uploaded correctly, you should see them. Tap on the icon in the upper left that looks like books on a shelf. From there you should see All Photos with a number below that shows how many photos are imported. Tap on that to see your photos.
Correct but once i edit them how do i download them back onto my computer? I hit the download to your device but it does not put them anywhere.
Are you wanting to download it back to your computer because you want to store them locally, or do you want to share the image with someone or post on social media?
Downloading to your device is used so that you can continue to work on your images when you don’t have a wifi connection.
Use the share icon in the upper right corner to save a copy of the edited photo to your camera roll.
Thank you so much my issue is i could not run the app from the playstore. I
had to sync chromebook to my phone then the apps worked correctly.
I know this is 2 year old thread, but I still have this problem. When I choose the share icon (I'm running the Play Store application on my chromebook), I select Export, under more options, I can change the file name but I have no idea where the photo goes. It gives an example using the existing file name, but the file path makes no sense (/storage/emulated/0/Pictures/AdobeLightroom/filename.jpg). I can't seem to change the path. It seems that the only way I have to get the pictures off the Chromebook (besides opening Lightroom on my desktop) is to send the photo to Google Photos. Where is the Lightroom App sending my pictures????
Here's where I found them on my chromebook.