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First Steps and Planning of Images

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Mar 23, 2024 Mar 23, 2024

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What are the first steps you guys do when you do upload on Adobe? Do you guys first do keywords research aur trends research or see if the image you're going to shoot, how many people are there who did the same work on Adobe Stock. Please give your step by step process. 

This would be very easy to understand if the steps would be in bullet points. 😊

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Review my archive of travel images for those that meet the quality standard.

Edit the image, primarily in LRC

Move to Adobe Stock Publish Service in LRC

Send to Adobe 

Add Title

Add Keywords

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I think this varies by the artist and the type of assets they're preparing for submission -- photos, vectors, videos, or Generative AI.

If it helps you to have a check list, go ahead & create one.  Do whatever works best for you.

 

 

 

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Review my archive of travel images for those that meet the quality standard.

Edit the image, primarily in LRC

Move to Adobe Stock Publish Service in LRC

Send to Adobe 

Add Title

Add Keywords

Submit

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Mar 24, 2024 Mar 24, 2024

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Ok, by the way what's the difference between Lightroom and LRC?

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Mar 24, 2024 Mar 24, 2024

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Ok, by the way what's the difference between Lightroom and LRC?


By @DailyLifeImages

Lightroom is cloud based, even that they also allow now local processing, if I'm correctly informed.

LRC is Lightroom Classic and is the original Lightroom. It was called until version 6 Photoshop Lightroon. It works with a local database. 

 

Lightroom and Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw use the same raw engine and are introducing new features (like masking, new camera support …) syncronized. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Thanks! 😊

 

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You're welcome. Needless to say, I have over 4 Tb of photos (and some videos), I'm using Lightroom Classic mostly. If you have a mobile device, it may be worth looking in Lightroom Classic, the syncing option for collections.

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And what are your best travel locations of which you uploaded inages on Adobe abd earned the most?

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Mar 24, 2024 Mar 24, 2024

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I just glanced at my top 100 images which are from Kenya, Tanzania, Scotland, Vietnam, Cambodia, Canada, Israel,, Jordan, Egypt, France, Peru and many places in the U.S.  The subject is more important than the place.

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I think this varies by the artist and the type of assets they're preparing for submission -- photos, vectors, videos, or Generative AI.

If it helps you to have a check list, go ahead & create one.  Do whatever works best for you.

 

 

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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You're right. What about generative Ai?

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I don't shoot for stock. So, when I shoot, I shoot because of a primary reason to shoot, which may be professional or private. When I'm out, however, and I see something that I could upload, I take that , but I do not plan my shootings for stock. 

 

When I sort out my pictures on my computer, and a picture would be nice for uploading, I do so. Then titling, keywording, submitting. 

 

The same when I create vector files (I have very few vector files in my portfolio). I create for a reason. If that is good enough for stock later on, I submit. 

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Oh, I understood that. So can we use our work at other projects after uploading the asset to Adobe?

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Mar 24, 2024 Mar 24, 2024

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Yes. For me it's more if I can use my work here, after getting paid for a job. And most often, my pictures need specific authorizations. 

But anything you upload here can be used elsewhere, also on competitors' stock databases. Adobe does not claim exclusive rights. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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