Join Sandee Cohen for an in-depth discussion in this video Multiimage post, part of Learning Adobe Spark.
- [Instructor] You don't have to settle…for just a single image in Post projects.…With the preset layouts and custom settings,…you can easily create layout designs…for brochures, magazine pages, web pages, and more.…Here's an example of a multi-image layout that I created.…Let's see how it's done.…This is an image and text, the way you would get it…from a new Post project.…
What I can do is click on the image…and you see a white line around the frame.…And then click that green Add button.…I can then click Add Photo…and upload a photo from my library.…As you can see, the page has been divided…into two equal size cells.…I can click on the left image…and that white line down the center…let's me press and drag to change the image.…
Now I can also add more cells by clicking the Add button,…but it's a little easier if I do the following.…Go up to the upper right corner and click Layout.…And you'll see all the grid examples…of how you can divide the pages.…I'm going to come down here…and click on the one with tall and then two wide cells.…
- What is Adobe Spark?
- Finding images and icons
- Using themes
- Creating a base Post project
- Adding and formatting text
- Working with images
- Creating a post of multiple images
- Animating text and backgrounds
- Adding narration and music
- Inserting videos with transitions
- Creating a webpage
- Adding buttons, links, and videos to pages
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1. Getting Started with Adobe Spark
2. Spark Post
3. Spark Video
4. Spark Page
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