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Lightroom Web Gallery integration with Adobe Muse for Online Shop

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Dec 26, 2017

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Hi! I'm trying to create an online shop for my photos. I've created my gallery site through adobe muse ( http://galleries.lennytoussaint.com/#!/all )

I've created a gallery in Lightroom CC and uploaded to my server through ftp ( http://galleries.lennytoussaint.com/photos/ )

I would love to make my images in my gallery sellable. How can I through a shop widget onto my site? is there a way to get my Lightroom gallery into my Adobe Muse Project? from there I could throw in a shop widget.. is there another workflow? Please help. Thanks!

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  • the Lightroom photo link is to a basic html design... yes you could add that page (as is) to a Muse made site and have it display inside an iframe or just as its own page (i recommend at least a menu so people can go back to other pages in your site)

  • can you add a shopping cart widget to your Muse site = yes... there are many options here but it boils down to which payment options you need like Paypal and Western Union

  • can you link these photos back to Lightroom storage = yes but you need a solid code skill and imo it will be easy for you to just keep the photos on Lightroom different and use a low-rez image for your shop widget... the better ones can be sent along after as needed until you start selling dozens a day its the better option

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Lightroom Web Gallery integration with Adobe Muse for Online Shop

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Hi! I'm trying to create an online shop for my photos. I've created my gallery site through adobe muse ( http://galleries.lennytoussaint.com/#!/all )

I've created a gallery in Lightroom CC and uploaded to my server through ftp ( http://galleries.lennytoussaint.com/photos/ )

I would love to make my images in my gallery sellable. How can I through a shop widget onto my site? is there a way to get my Lightroom gallery into my Adobe Muse Project? from there I could throw in a shop widget.. is there another workflow? Please help. Thanks!

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  • the Lightroom photo link is to a basic html design... yes you could add that page (as is) to a Muse made site and have it display inside an iframe or just as its own page (i recommend at least a menu so people can go back to other pages in your site)

  • can you add a shopping cart widget to your Muse site = yes... there are many options here but it boils down to which payment options you need like Paypal and Western Union

  • can you link these photos back to Lightroom storage = yes but you need a solid code skill and imo it will be easy for you to just keep the photos on Lightroom different and use a low-rez image for your shop widget... the better ones can be sent along after as needed until you start selling dozens a day its the better option

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  • the Lightroom photo link is to a basic html design... yes you could add that page (as is) to a Muse made site and have it display inside an iframe or just as its own page (i recommend at least a menu so people can go back to other pages in your site)

  • can you add a shopping cart widget to your Muse site = yes... there are many options here but it boils down to which payment options you need like Paypal and Western Union

  • can you link these photos back to Lightroom storage = yes but you need a solid code skill and imo it will be easy for you to just keep the photos on Lightroom different and use a low-rez image for your shop widget... the better ones can be sent along after as needed until you start selling dozens a day its the better option

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