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New Lightroom Plugin: Export to ipernity

I've finally released the first version of a myExport to ipernity” Lightroom plugin. It works in Lr5 and Lr4, and supports both Export and Publish.

The folks at ipernity were kind enough to handle the API updates I needed to fit their service into a Lightroom framework... it was so much more pleasant an experience than some others I've had.

The plugin joins 40 others on my Lightroom Goodies page...

Jeffrey's “Export to ipernity” Lightroom Plugin

I've more plugins in the pipeline coming soon, but I suppose I should divert a bit of attention back to my blog, which I normally like to post to daily, but lately a post a week is lucky for me... )-:


Comments so far....

Great news! Something I’ve been waiting for since *ages*. ;-)
Just gave it a test run with 24 images uploaded to ipernity, works like a charm.
Thanks Jeffrey and Team ipernity.

— comment by Martin on July 21st, 2013 at 11:03pm JST (1 year, 5 months ago) comment permalink

Hi Jeff. Thanks a ton for the ipernity plug in!

FYI I am viewing from this from Florida at 10:37 am EDT on 7/21/2013 .
The lines below are cut and paste from the post:
New Lightroom Plugin: Export to ipernity
July 21st, 2013 6:28pm JST (5 hours, 9 minutes ago)

The pm should be am I believe.

I won’t mind if you don’t make this public.
I’m in Japan (JST), 13 hours ahead of you. —Jeffrey

— comment by Florida Guy on July 21st, 2013 at 11:43pm JST (1 year, 5 months ago) comment permalink
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