Setting up Photo Via is as easy as signing into your Google Drive or Dropbox account. Once logged in, you’ll be ready to start publishing right away.
Category: ON1 Photo Via
Publishing with Photo Via is so simple. Just select a folder or create an album of images, right-click and select publish – as simple as that.
Once you’ve published images using either Lightroom or ON1 Photo 10, you’ll need to access the app on your iPad or iPhone. You’ll the ability to edit basic ratings, sort through files, share your images with programs like Instagram, and so much more.
Senior Product Manager Dan Harlacher brings another ON1 Photo 10 Short Clip. In the video Dan shows how easy it is to sync your desktop photos with your iOS devices (sorry Android users! we’re considering it).
Many of you haven’t heard of Photo Via, our latest mobile app for iOS. It makes it easy to sync your favorite photos in Lightroom with your mobile devices. In Lightroom you can select what you want to sync; from individual photos to smart albums to folders or even your entire photo library. This synchronization is done wirelessly using cloud storage services you already use (like Google Drive and Dropbox). One of the big benefits being you don’t have to sign-up and pay for another service.
Once your photos are synced to your mobile device you can view, search and share them easily. It’s perfect for adding your portfolio, recent vacation pics or latest job to your iPhone or iPad for on-the-go viewing. You can even view and change the rating and flags on your photos (via your mobile device) and those changes sync back to your desktop.
You can use Photo Via today if you have Lightroom. However, coming this fall you will be able to use it inside of the next generation Browse module. Even better, early in 2016 we will be adding two-sync photo sync. That’s right! Photos you take on your iPhone (or even iPad if that’s what you do) can be automatically downloaded and added to ON1 Photo or Lightroom. Then you can manage and edit them just like your other photos.