Lightroom Classic to Adobe Portfolio


Today’s Question: I’m wondering if the same sort of procedure from Lightroom Classic on the desktop can be synchronized with the Adobe Portfolio of your images [for sharing photos online similar to the “Make Public” option for synchronized collections].

Tim’s Quick Answer: Yes, you can share directly from Lightroom Classic to Adobe Portfolio by enabling synchronization for one or more collections and then using the Adobe Lightroom integration to bring albums into Portfolio.

More Detail: Adobe Portfolio is a service that enables you to create a customized website featuring your photos, and it is included with the various Creative Cloud plans, including the Creative Cloud Photography plan that includes Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Photoshop.

At first glance it might not seem that Adobe Portfolio integrates with Lightroom Classic, because the only integrations shown are for Behance, Adobe Lightroom, and Adobe Stock. However, synchronized collections from Lightroom Classic count as albums in Adobe Lightroom when it comes to integrating with Adobe Portfolio.

The first step, of course, is to make sure you’ve enabled synchronization for the collections in Lightroom Classic that you want to make available on your Adobe Portfolio site. Once those albums are synchronized you can go to Portfolio ( to configure the albums.

On the left panel you’ll see when signed in to Adobe Portfolio go to the Integrations option in the Essentials section of the left panel. There you’ll see an option for Adobe Lightroom, and you can click Add Albums to add albums based on the synchronized collections from Lightroom Classic. This enables you to integrate collections of photos from Lightroom Classic into your Adobe Portfolio website.