Working Remotely with Exposure

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Exposure X has collaboration tools that make management of photo libraries flexible. When combined with personal cloud storage services, your files are available from any location. These tools make remote photo editing on the road possible. The tutorial below demonstrates how to set up and use this feature in Exposure.

There are plenty of uses for photo edit sharing functionality. Users can automatically sync their images and edits between multiple computers. This enables remote photo editing, so your image library is available to you from any of your computers. In addition, you can sync all your custom Exposure presets.

The ability to share your edits with others is especially helpful when working collaboratively. For example, some professionals can share their custom settings with out-of-house photo editing services and retouchers, to ensure consistent reproduction of their signature style.

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2 Comments

  1. Carl July 8, 2016 at 1:32 am

    This is such a good feature to be able to store photos on onedrive and not have to worry about the applications library when using a different computer! 🙂

  2. Terry Veiga July 27, 2016 at 7:42 pm

    OFF TOPIC:
    Hello, I realize that working on the road is the norm for a lot of experienced photo editors, BUT it’s still worth mentioning to the general Exposure X user that those “ahh, just right” corrections and presets that the person shown in your article photo is tweaking, WILL LOOK DIFFERENT once s/he is back in the office and away from that BRIGHT airplane window. Even on the road, editors may want to plan accordingly.

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