We always want to make sure you look like a rockstar, but sometimes editing and having to jump through hoops to upload can be difficult. That's why we created the CloudSpot plugin! As if uploading on CloudSpot wasn't easy already, we've made it even easier for you.

Here's a great video on how to download and install the Lightroom plugin!

Download the Plugin

Your first step is probably the most obvious one. You've got to get your hands on our plugin! You can use the button below to download the latest version of our plugin:

Once the download finishes, locate the plugin in the folder it downloaded to and let's get started with installing it!

Installing the Plugin

Now that we have our hands on the most recent version of our CloudSpot Lightroom plugin, let's install it on your computer! If you're on a Mac, go ahead and double click the .ZIP file to unzip it.

Once your folder is unzipped, go ahead and open up Lightroom Classic CC. Note that plugins will not work with Lightroom CC. If you're unsure which application you have, check your Creative Cloud dashboard to see what's installed.

With Lightroom open, navigate to the Menu bar and select "File" and then "Plug-in Manager."

Click the "Add" button in the bottom right corner, and then select the CloudSpot Lightroom Plugin from your Finder window.Β 

Select the plugin and click "Add Plug-in" in the bottom right-hand corner of the window. This will load the plugin into Lightroom and you'll need to connect your CloudSpot account. Close the window and navigate to your plugin section in Lightroom in the lower left-hand corner. From there, right click the CloudSpot plugin and select "Edit Settings".

Enter your CloudSpot username and password, as well as your desired export settings. Then, click "Save" to finish and save your work!

You've installed the CloudSpot Lightroom plugin! Now, kick your feet back and let Lightroom upload directly to CloudSpot for you. πŸ’ƒΒ 

PS: If you have any issues, please reach out to us in the support chat so that we can help!Β 

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