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Technology is all around us. Everyone in my family has a smartphone and takes photos for social media with said smartphone. We all want that perfect shot, but sometimes the circumstances are against us. Quite often it’s a lighting issue. Not enough light or too much light. You understand, right? Which is why I got super excited when Best Buy and Adobe asked me to check out the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan.
Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan is a 1-year subscription (encompassing Photoshop Creative Cloud and Lightroom Creative Cloud
Let’s break it down
Perfect Your Photography
From everyday edits to total transformations, the Creative Cloud plan lets you retouch and manipulate images in just about any way you can imagine.
Organize, Edit & Share images from Anywhere
On your computer, on the web, on your iPad and on your iPhone or Android device. And when you make an editor flag a favorite in one place, it’s automatically updated everywhere else through Adobe CreativeSync technology.
Showcase your Work
Organize images in web galleries or share them on your favorite social sites. Then use the Adobe Slate mobile app to craft visual stories and animated videos and the Adobe Voice mobile app to add your own voice for narration.
My favorite thing about working with Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan is that you are working “in the cloud.” I’m not tethered to one computer or laptop. As much as I travel I need to be able to do my edits on the fly sometimes literally. Plus, I’ve been known to forget hardware so if I can access the image I need through the cloud it helps keep me on my schedule.
Here is an example of me using the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan. In the bottom photo you can see it’s a little dark and the color was good, but not as bright as what I was seeing in real life. I upped the brightness and the saturation and boom. Totally different photo. In the top you could see what I was seeing. Which was beauty and serenity. I can’t wait to use ACC in more of my travels.