Over the past week or so I've been messing around with Photos (I've been using Apple Photos since it launched, it's predecessor apps before then). I really do love Photos... a lot. But I know ultimately in order to make my photos really pop, I need to use Lightroom. But there's obviously nowhere as much integration with OS X and iOS as there is with Photos. Below is my question. In Apple Photos once I've processed my photos, if I want to upload them to pretty much any and every website or open them in any app, when prompted to upload or open them, I can select Photos on the left hand side of the Finder window, and then select any of my albums or smart albums (or Apple's inbuilt albums) from the top (grey area). I can also search them by name or tag (or other attribute) in the search box in the top right. What this means is I can upload and work with my processed photos without having to export them first. As you can imagine this saves me a fair amount of time. My question is, are there any Terminal commands or any other way that I can bake this functionality into Lightroom and OS X (and preferably sync it to the Photo picker in iOS)? Or do I have to come to terms with the fact that I'm going to have to export them and add additional steps to my workflow?