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How does one export/upload pictures from a iphoto or aperture library to dropbox for photo sharing? I know that with aperture you can setup a facebook or flickr account for photo sharing. Do either of them have a dropbox plugin?

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Anyone??

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You could probably try this, http://www.macstories.net/tutorials/moving-from-iphoto-to-dropbox/

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[quote name='Techno_Funky' timestamp='1358789444' post='595468500']
You could probably try this, [url="http://www.macstories.net/tutorials/moving-from-iphoto-to-dropbox/"]http://www.macstorie...oto-to-dropbox/[/url]
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That's more for moving an entire library to dropbox. What I am talking about is taking a single photo and uploading it. This there a plugin? There are built-in ones for facebook and flickr.

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Ahh got it, I am afraid I couldn't find any myself. Even I would love it if they could allow plugins.

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I don't think there's an Aperture or iPhoto plugin for Dropbox. However, it's still super easy:

- Find your photos.
- In Aperture, choose Export -> Versions

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He means this, share on the fly.

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[quote name='Techno_Funky' timestamp='1358792858' post='595468620']
He means this, share on the fly.
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Exactly...I have a tremendous amount of space on DB and would love to use it. It would be a great way to share pics rather than just putting them up on FB or flickr.

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If you can find the actual files in Finder, you can use the share button, otherwise I don't know I'm afraid

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Just thought I would post back and say that I found my answer. I checked out Adobe Lightroom, which I found to be much easier to use and had a better set of features then either iphoto or aperture. There is also a dropbox plugin for Lightroom that does direct upload to your photos folder. It is exactly what I am looking for.
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[quote name='BlendedFrog' timestamp='1359478606' post='595488052']
Just thought I would post back and say that I found my answer. I checked out Adobe Lightroom, which I found to be much easier to use and had a better set of features then either iphoto or aperture. There is also a dropbox plugin for Lightroom that does direct upload to your photos folder. It is exactly what I am looking for.
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Thanks for this, I will be trying out Adobe Lightroom as well.

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