Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Plug-in for Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® (PC and Mac)

Version 4.0   Release notes
7/24/2017 Version 4.0 includes:
— This maintenance release has several improvements and bug fixes related to slow Internet and intermittent loss of Internet connection
— Plug-in adapted to the latest versions of Adobe Lightroom

7/1/2014 Version 3.3.0 includes:
— added photo "Likes" synchronization. The number of photo "Likes" is now displayed in the Lightroom Comments panel.
— added "Marked Photo" synchronization. Now when a user clicks the "Mark Photo" button in the gallery their name will appear in Lightroom keywords. Look for SlickPic in Lightroom Keyword panel.

6/6/2014 Version 2.2 includes:
— Resolved intermittent connectivity issues
— Corrected Sorting Order
— Corrected problem with titles/file names
— Added support for sub-albums, up to 3 levels.

7/11/2011 Version 1.1 includes:
— Fixes minor bugs

10/1/2010 Version 1.0 Initial Release

Lightroom publish plug-in lets you upload images to directly from within the Lightroom Library. Just select the photos you want and drag them to SlickPic Publish Service. See installation and "how to use" instructions below.

* Quickly and easily upload your photos to SlickPic through Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom®.
* Upload your photos to an existing album or create a new one.
* Uploaded photos include metadata and tags added in Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom®.
* RAW files are automatically converted to JPEG prior to upload.

Installation Instructions:

Adobe Creative Cloud: Get the SlickPic the plug-in from the Adobe Exchange.
It will auto-install in a single click.


You can download and install the plug-in manually.
Download the SlickPic Plug-in for Adobe Lightroom and follow the instructions below:

How To's:

» Plug-in Installation Instructions

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Installation Instructions:
Download the SlickPic plug-in for Lightroom by clicking the link above.
After downloading the .zip archive click on it to unpack the plug-in (slickpic.lrplugin). You can put the file in any folder. For example, add it to your Documents folder, or create a "SlickPic Plug-in" folder in your Documents folder.

For simple installation use the Lightroom Plug-in Manager.
  1. Start the Lightroom application, from the File menu choose Plug-in Manager.
  2. Click Add
  3. Navigate to the folder where you have saved the SlickPic.lrplugin. Select the file and Click OK.
  4. The plug-in will need to add a metadata fields to your catalog and you will be prompted for permission to update the catalog. Click Update Catalog

Below are the step by step instructions with screenshots. Please note that installation is the same for both Mac and PC.

1. From the top Menu bar click File and navigate down to the Plug-in Manager. Click on it

2. In the Plug-in Manager window click the Add button.

3. A file browsing wndow will open. For the purpose of this example, we've created SlickPic Plug-in folder in the Documents and moved the downloaded plug-in there. Next, select the slickpic.lrplugin, and click OK.

4. You will be prompted to update your catalog. Click the Update Catalog button

5. After you have installed the SlickPic Plug-in you can proceed to log-in. Click the Log In button and follow the instructions.
Your SlickPic web page will open and ask for authorization. After authorizing, click the Save button at the bottom of the window.

6. Installation is now complete. The SlickPic Publisher plug-in is installed and you can find it in the Publish Services panel of Lightroom Library.

7. If you are ready to Login, please see the video and text instructions on How To Login below.

8. If you need instructions how to use the plug-in, please go to the Help section and click How to Use Lightroom Plug-in.

» For computer Experts only - manual plugin installation

» How to upgrade Plug-in

» How to Log In with the Lightroom Plugin

» How to Use SlickPic Plug-in for Lightroom

» How To Synchronize Comments?

» How To Search For Marked Photos?

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