I’ve always loved to take pictures but two years ago stepped up my photo game when I found that Lightroom 5 came with my Samsung camera. Slowly but surely I’ve learned the ins and outs of Lightroom like how to organize photos upon import, the use of presets to make my shots even pop even more, and plugins that make it even easier for me to publish them on social sites like Flickr. Now I’ve taken my photos a step further thanks to a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud.
The Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan is a 1-year subscription that includes Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC) and Lightroom Creative Cloud that allows me to continue using the photo editing tools I’ve come to love as a more advanced photo enthusiast that take my photos from looking like this:
As a former Lightroom 5 user, I also appreciate the flexibility of Adobe Creative Cloud because rather than being able to access my photos on the laptop where I installed the software, I can now create and access my images any device from anywhere. I can organize, edit, and share images on my laptop, on the web, on your iPad, and on mobile phone.
Besides being able to access my photos and having them sync across multiple devices, I also appreciate these three features:
- Fabulous editing tools that allow me to retouch and manipulate images
- Adobe CreativeSync technology makes updates to my photos across devices whether they’re simple edits, adding metadata, or using the stars or flags to rank or tag my photos
- Being able to organize images in web galleries and share them on your favorite social sites, like my Flickr site
The Creative Cloud Photography plan likes customers to believe that the can take their best shot and make it even better and the wealth of tools available, it really does make it easier to step up your photography game on so many levels.
The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. All opinions are my own.