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When I first started this blogging gig I wasn’t aware of how important pictures were. For the first couple of months I didn’t include any images in my posts. Then I started using images that were, well, crappy. The quality was horrible but I was going by the “at least it’s something” motto. I’m embarrassed to be admitting any of this but I am because I have learned so much over the past five years. The key thing being high quality photos are very important for any blog.
Once I realized how important pictures were I started using web-based applications to edit my pictures. These were either free or super cheap and the saying “You get what you pay for” rung true. While these applications did help make my images look better they weren’t the best they could be. Recently I started using the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan and I’m blown away by the difference.
I was intimidated at first because I thought you had to have a degree to be able to use these programs. With a little searching and trial and error I now understand how to take my photos from drab to fab with a few mouse clicks and some playing around. The Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan encompassing Photoshop Creative Cloud and Lightroom Creative Cloud. That means wherever I am I can add, improve, and share my best photos.
The Creative Cloud Photography plan is all about enhanced photo editing and convenience with the multi-screen capabilities provided by the Cloud. It retails for $119.99 reg for a 1-year subscription. With the Creative Cloud plan you can totally transform your photos or just make a few everyday edits. The possibilities are near endless and you can manipulate images in any way imaginable!
One of my favorite features is the ability to organize, edit, and share my images from anywhere. PC, web, iPad/iPhone and Android devices – whatever I’m using I can be sure the Creative Cloud will be there. I can also organize images in web galleries and share them on sites like Facebook and Titter with ease. The Adobe Slate mobile app helps me craft visual stories and animated video while the Adobe Voice app lets me add narration in my own voice!
Whether you’re a blogger, photographer, or photography enthusiast I highly recommend checking out Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan. It’s what my pictures have been needing and I can’t imagine editing and enhancing photos with any other program!