Collect Images for Sharing
Now, another thing that is similar in all cases is the concept of sharing images. Some people share in slideshows, some people share in single images, some people share as a webpage, and we talked earlier last time about sharing to a portfolio page which only allows the 20 images which is a good number of images to be showing. And so, you could share it to your portfolio, to your Behance, but we're gonna talk about social media now and we're gonna talk about how we can share images out of this Lightroom Mobile construct, how we can get them out to the world. So if you look at our schematic here, you will see that we have gone through all of this where we took our images and we went through the system and got it into our computer. It's all in the cloud up here, but because it's in the cloud up here, it's available to all of our devices as well as just a random webpage. So remember, I can go to any computer on the planet, as long as it's linked into the web, I can log into my Adobe accou...
nt and I can work on my images as though I'm in Lightroom, just kind of a pared down version of Lightroom. And I can do the freaky search. The freaky search is awesome. And by the way, I actually searched... (laughs) Okay. (man laughs) I gotta show you this. So I did another search the other night... No, last night. After we talked about searching, I was like, I wonder what I could search for that would come up with some interesting results. And so I searched for phone, that's all I put in is phone, and this is what I got. So, do you see how... Like this one is hilarious. Because he has his hand to his head... (girl giggles) It thinks it's a phone. Or this one. That was a funny one, too. Because her hand is to her, it looks like she's talking on the phone. And this one, that worked well. This one, because it had... (laughs) Now, this is only in this century, would this be the case but because someone's holding a black square thing that has a picture on it, it must be a phone. (laughter) I thought that was funny. And then of course, me. I was taking a selfie of me in London at a party at... London has a convention every January called SWPP and I was there and it was a black tie event. I don't often get in black tie so there I was. But you can see that I have a phone. And then this one. It looks like a phone, kind of. (audience murmurs) It looks like that's a little camera up there, right? But really it's an old gas pump. So, I thought you'd be entertained by what it found in my collection under "phone." I thought pretty interesting. Anyway, so back to our... Sorry, that was just a funny story I had to tell you. So, everything's available all across the web for us and all across our devices, and all of those things, no matter where you are, whether you're on your phone, whether you're on your tablet, whether you're on a random computer that's attached to the web, you can share those images out to various social media programs and different... You can make a webpage, you can do all sorts of stuff with these images through some of these companion programs that I'm gonna show you. So the ones that we're gonna be talking about is first, we're gonna talk about one called Adobe Spark Post. So there's a whole line on your... So just go to your App Store and look for Adobe Spark applications. So Adobe Spark Post, Adobe Spark Page, Adobe Spark Video.
Only on Apple.
Only on Apple, okay. So, they'll probably come soon. They're fairly new, they're very new. There might be the original versions of them are called Adobe Post, not Spark Post, but Adobe Post. So you might look to see because they just changed over to a new version of them called Spark. So it's a new tagline on them. So, if they're not available, I'm sure they will be soon. So we're gonna talk about Post, Page, and Video. Those are the first three that we're gonna talk about but we'll do those pretty quickly and then the last one we're gonna talk about, which is my personal favorite, is called Clip.