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Adobe 2020 Visual Trends

Diving into 2020 visual trends with Adobe

Each year our friends at Adobe share their insights into visual trends for the coming year. The Adobe Stock team takes a look at what’s happening in social media, advertising,

Celebrating Earth Month through photography

Since April 2019 is the 49th anniversary of Earth Month, it seemed like a good time to share some information from Adobe Stock’s 2019 Visual Trend Blog. Adobe Stock’s latest

Finding stock video with visual search

More and more, video is becoming a standard for client projects. Photographers, web designers, marketing folks have all released that motion is a great way to tell engaging stories. Sometimes

Weekly Wrap-Up: February 10-16, 2019

The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. This week we looked at how to find a photographic voice, gave a first look at the new Datacolor

Back to nature trends

There’s a great piece by Adobe on their blog about visual trends, “Natural Instincts: Finding Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellness on Planet Earth.” Unless you’re living under a rock (which

Tips to succeed with stock video

Let’s continue our look at achieving success as a stock contributor for photo and video.  Photofocus publisher Rich Harrington sits down with Dennis Radeke of Adobe to learn what’s needed to

Five tips for adding textures to your photos

The term “texture” is a catch-all term for adding either abstract images, detailed photos, or patterns of different surfaces, like metal, cracked paint, sand, etc. as an overlay on your image. This is a type of “compositing”, combining multiple images into one finished work. Adding textures to your images can change the mood, create special effects, strengthen the composition, or help better tell a story.  These five concepts will help you add textures more easily, realistically, and quickly in Adobe Photoshop

How to find stock video with visual search

More and more, video is becoming a standard for client projects.  Photographers, web designers, marketing folks have all realized that motion is a great way to tell engaging stories. Sometimes