Most bloggers are on the go photographers and editors, right? The Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan is a one year subscription to Photoshop, Lightroom, Creative Cloud, and apps like Lightroom Mobile, Adobe Voice and Slate. You can perform small but impactful edits like brightening your images, to adding a watermark before posting to social media. The Adobe Creative Cloud Photo Plan is a must have for bloggers and photographers that are serious about their images.
The plan allows you to sync your photos on all devices, edit on the go, and share your images through Adobe CreativeSync technology. Images can be organized in web galleries, and easily shared on your favorite social media outlets. One of my favorite aspects is the ability to create a nondestructive copy, in which you can make edits to your photo without losing the original copy.
The clarity and dehaze features are also spectacular and work more effectively than other editing programs I’ve used. There are an immense amount of capabilities you can perform with the Adobe Creative Cloud Photo Plan.
Take your best shot and make it even better with the Creative Cloud Photography plan.
I wanted to edit some photos I took of my cats opening their first Meowbox. Obviously, I couldn’t use the normal set up of MyStudio Tabletop Photo Studio lighting that I use for most of my blog post photos. Things were moving quickly, and they were tearing through paper, tape, and the box. I ended up with mostly blurry photos with a few cute pics. I made a few quick and easy edits in Lightroom and Photoshop to slightly enhance the photos.
If you are a first time user of Lightroom and Photoshop, it can be a bit daunting when you first open the applications. I promise if you play around with it, and utilize the Adobe tutorials you will feel more comfortable with your edits. And remember, play around with it because you still have your original image on your hard drive. It’s a nondestructive copy! Personally, I think this would make a great holiday gift for anyone that loves photography.