I regularly upload photos to Instagram directly from LR. I just discovered that it's not possible to upload directly to Behance (which is really disappointing/hard to believe). I can't wrap my head around the workflow necessary to manually upload about 20 images from LR to Behance. The images are all in different folders (i.e. different dates). Do I literally have to go into File Explorer (I use a PC) and hunt down each exported image by its file name and upload each one separately? My first step was to export them to a collection (which I don't normally use), but discovered that collections don't appear in File Explorer. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Thank you, John
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I'm not a Behance user, John, but you are correct that the Behance Publish Service was taken out of Lightroom after Lightroom 5. I'd suggest putting those images you want to go to Behance in a collection and then exporting copies of all the images from the collection to a folder on your hard drive. Then you can upload all to Behance without having to search around. I don't know though if Behance has any batch uploading though. After upload you could then delete the exported copies from your hard drive.
Thank you your help, Laura
I'm really disappointed in Adobe for abandoning Behance in this way. The idea that I can upload to Facebook (no way) but not to Adobe's own Behance platform is astonishing. Rather than uploading, I'm just going to abandon Behance.
All the best, John
I understand, John. I imagine that they weren't getting enough use to justify maintaining it - but I'm just guessing.