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TUTO : Préparer son feed Instagram avec Lightroom ?

November 1, 2019

Hey everyone it’s Adrelanine, today I’m going to explain how to manage your Instagram feed directly with Lightroom So we are going to end up with this set up, with every time 2x 9 photos, so 18 photos depending how many you put, or there’s also the 3×3 layout with the real Insta 3×3 feed I created several templates there’s one that imitates the actual instagram layout with the small margins, but before that I had one a bit bigger, with more space, making the photos a bit smaller I have to admit that I don’t use it anymore but maybe some will like it more make sure to stay until the end of the video because I’m giving away all these templates for free for those it can help so don’t hesitate to follow me and clic the notification bell to make sure you don’t miss my new videos, I’m going to put up quite a lot of tutorials and things I find useful, things not many people know anyway, let’s start with the tutorial So the main tutorial is going to happen in the Print module in general when we are in Lightroom we mostly work in the Develop Module and we have the photos in the Library So there I selected some photos, you can really select anything you want, I’m just going to mask the infos because we don’t need them here hop alright so we have our edited pics ready, we select them I’m going to make a new collection to set up my feed, but I already have one for my real feed so i’m just going to make a tuto one include selected photos and hop alright so yeah I already have my own feed collection so I’m going to use this one as an example when we have this pictures selected we can go to print and in print, there are many options it’s a little complicated when we don’t know this module, there’s lots of buttons, grids etc but what I did was creating a 3×6 template so when we select a photo it appears on top with Cmd we can select multiples photos Hop, that appear everytime, or if we clic one and Shit+Clic the last one it selects everything inbetween, that comes in handy to see your feed and when you go over 9 photos, well 18 when there’s 2 sets there’s a little arrow there turning on and the page number written here, 1/2 that allows us to move from one page to the other. I don’t want you to worry about all the settings I used because it’s a bit time consuming to do so I have a download link in the description from all the templates I have made and so to explain how it works to get your feed ready, actually because all the photos that are selected appear, you have to deselect them to modify them because for exemple let’s say I want this blue there on the left instead of this one if I take it and that I move it around we can see that all the photos are moving so it’s not working what you need to do is Cmd+Clic it to deselect it so it’s gonna disappear now we can modify and move it around, and then we Cmd+Clic again to make it reappear So that’s my set up So for exemple let’s do something cool I’m going to select these, go back to page 1 Let’s say I want to alternate white and concert shots I’m going to Cmd+Clic everytime I want to move a photo to deselect it and Cmd+Clic again to reselect it and have it reappear, so there are staircases on the left, I maybe want them on the extreme left where there’s a little more white maybe I’m going to move it around to have a more spaced-out look, but whatever anyone can do what he wants but the thing is to Cmd+Clic every time you want to move something so to move something there’s something you need to be careful about It’s that sometimes we’re not gonna want some pictures and deselect them with Cmd And when we’ll have the feed we want with some pictures that aren’t selected and when we’re gonna leave and do something else, when we come back well since it was only the selected photos that were showing up, when we’re going to reselect everything we won’t know exactly damn what were the pics I unselected or what So what I advise you is when you’re happy with what you’ve done and have some pics that aren’t selected you take them to move them wherever, on the left or the right and when you move them, all the unselected photos will pop out of the selection and move to the left so all the selected photos for the feed are in the end so now you can do what you want select another one, we can leave, go to the library, come back etc well at least we know that when we want our feed everything is there I hope everyone is following what I’m saying, let me know in the comments “It’s clear, it’s alright” so I know that I can be understood and so what I did more is a second layout 3×3 for a better view of the pics, and as I said a bit more spaced-out, a bit bigger for the margins that I’m showing now so as I said plenty of times I’m going to put the download link in the description anyway if it helped you or interessed /taught you anything don’t hesitate to like this video and if it didn’t let me know why and throw a red thumb Anyway, once again don’t hesitate to follow me, I’m going to put out many tutorials on Lightroom, Photoshop creativity, photo and if you want to have a look at my work on instagram / twitter it’s @adrelanine If you know anyone that could be interested in this video don’t hesitate to share it with him with the share button It can always help someone I think because there are a lots of apps that are available to plann your feed, some even have extra instagram accounts but since I’m using Lightroom so much I thought I could find a way to do it straight in Lightroom, it is way more practical so if it can help as many people as possible don’t hesitate to share anyway I hope you liked this vid, if you did I’m going to put a small youtube card you can answer the poll and if you have any question don’t hesitate to leave it in the comments I’m answering everyone I hope this kind of content is going to help you That’s it for me today guys, it was Adrelanine, see you later for a new vid!


  • Reply Elyes Esco August 10, 2018 at 12:42 pm

    Ouah c’est archi bien ça ! C’est archi intelligent aussi ! Mon gars t’es un bon franchement, ça fait une simulation d’instagram et c’est d’la frappe.

    Bref vraiment merci 🔥
    Plus de trucs comme ça ahah 🙏🏼

    PS: les templates on les met où ? 😅

  • Reply Focus Architect August 10, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    Bien vu, c'est bien expliqué !

  • Reply Raphael Magnier August 10, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    Ptn yes merci!! Grave bonne vidéos et ça va bien m’être utile ça 😊

  • Reply ARTHUR PKR / URBAN ART August 10, 2018 at 1:17 pm

    yes c enfin sorti

  • Reply huntingvisuals August 10, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    yess enfin

  • Reply Julien Rcb August 10, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Très cool tout ça pelo

  • Reply Simon Mrt August 10, 2018 at 8:53 pm

    Merci pour les Tp, moi qui utilisais toujours photoshop pour mes preview de feed sur PC ca va m'aider ! Très bien expliqué comme d'hab ! Bien joué bro !

  • Reply Andrea // August 11, 2018 at 10:08 am

    Mais oui c'est claiir

  • Reply Victor Hernandez August 11, 2018 at 8:55 pm

    Hello ! Au top la vidéo 🙂 ! En revanche, impossible d'importer les presets. Il me dit que le format n'est pas le bon :s

  • Reply Tech&App August 12, 2018 at 9:09 pm

    Ton tuto est génial continue comme ça 😁

  • Reply • SAPEY • August 24, 2018 at 8:23 am

    Lourd ce tuto frerot

  • Reply Franck Sacco September 9, 2018 at 9:20 am

    Est ce que pour l'export tu utilises le plug in lightroom ? Il ne semble plus fonctionner.
    en suite je voulais savoir comment tu les exportais ? Une image après l'autre ? Comment ?
    Merci de ton aide

  • Reply Arnaud Sallemand October 2, 2018 at 8:05 pm

    Top ton tuto ! 😉
    Mais Lightroom me dit impossible de réordonner les photos quand je fais la manip à 4.00 min
    T'aurais une solution ?


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  • Reply Benjamin Hubert May 11, 2019 at 1:04 pm

    Super vidéo, ton template est super utile, merci 🙂

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