I have been working really hard the last few months to improve my food photography. When I post recipes here on the blog, I really want them to stand out and look delicious. I bought a new camera and upgraded in that department.
Then, I started using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop with the Adobe Creative Cloud.
I think out of everything that this offers, I am really enjoying the lightroom portion of Creative Cloud. The Creative Cloud plan lets you retouch and manipulate images in just about any way you can imagine.
Not only do I use Creative Cloud to make my photos pop, but I also use photo backdrops like the one in the picture above. These do great for really making a picture come to life.
I have purchased several like wood backgrounds, plain backgrounds, and now I am working on purchasing some fall backgrounds as well. Not only are these great for food photos, but they are great to use if you do photography of people as well.
Now — let me tell you more about Adobe Creative Cloud
What I really enjoy is that no matter where I am, I can access my photos anywhere — on my computer, the Internet, my iPad and my iPhone.
You can 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.
The Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan is a 1-year subscription (encompassing Photoshop Creative Cloud and Lightroom Creative Cloud).
It took me a little bit to learn how to use Adobe Photoshop. Lightroom was a lot easier to learn. I watched a few videos on YouTube and read some articles on the Creative Cloud website to help me use it to the best of its ability.
Take your best shot and make it even better with the Creative Cloud Photography plan. It runs $119.99 for a year plan. Click here to find out more.