Adobe Spark Post is my go to app for creating post with images and text! If you want to add a different flare, texture or look to your photo after Spark Post, try Afterlight. ⚡️

Adobe Spark Post gives you the ability to work from your phone for that on the go post or you can design right on you desktop for a more formal sit down.

The features of Adobe Spark Post is what sets it apart for me. With design templates to get your creative juices moving, the ability to change template size, font and color is a winner for me. You can design one post and change the specs to anything that you need. Facebook cover or post. Twitter image or for Instagram. Adobe post has it all.

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Another great feature are photos. You can use your personal photos or the ones taken from your mobile phone but they also have a huge, free, catalog you can choose from. Did I say FREE! On the spur of the moment post and you need a thunder or lightning 🌩 shot, because you can quickly take that your self in the rain and from your mobile phone when you time it right, that photo is just a search away and BOOOM!

As an Adobe Creative Cloud member I use Adobe Spark Post in the majority of my online posting and if you are not, you should give it a try!

Afterlight is a great compliment to adding texture lighting and such to your photos. All of my blog post has a combination of both of these apps. Take a look around at my photos to see what it can do!

Reach out to me on twitter @orlandoayala if you have any questions about Adobe Spark Post or Afterlight!

Published by Orlando Ayala

Orlando Ayala is a Los Angeles-based Creative Director, Graphic Designer, Digital Marketer and Experience Strategist. Currently Orlando is the Creative Director with Pacific Park on the World Famous Santa Monica Pier leading the creative and strategic teams working in visual, traditional and digital mediums.