Want to use Adobe Spark to create photographic content? How do you upload your media to the mobile app so that you can use it to create the visual content that you need? In this movie, follow along with author Richard Harrington as he walks through how to upload your own media to the mobile app for use in Adobe Spark.
- If you're using one of the Spark mobile apps, you can also upload content from your device, or use the built-in camera on your device to capture new content. Let's launch one of the Spark apps. And I'm just going to go back here. And I'm just going to go back into the default layout. Let's just go back to templates for a moment. And I'll select a collage.
Now what we can do is actually swap out content or add new content. If I choose an existing piece of content within a design, you'll see the ability to swap. Just tap the photo button up top, and you'll see the option here to choose from other sources. Now like before, there are choices here, but you'll see some additional options on mobile devices, including the ability to access your photo library, and this will take you to your device's built-in images.
So you'll have different content depending upon what's loaded on your device already. But as you can see here, you should be able to access this, and then select any content that you want to use. Just tap to load the content, and you see that it swaps it out into the design. Additionally, if you tap the new button here, you can also choose to add photo or other type of content.
And again, choose your photo library and this will make it simple to navigate and select what content you want to add to the design. And you see that the adjustment is made. Now additionally, if you wanna take a picture, you can do that too. When you choose content, whether you add new content or you decide to swap existing content out, you'll notice that you have a choice here to switch.
And one of these options here is to use the camera. Now I'm not in a very photogenic place here, but I can say to add my camera. And maybe I want to use this wooden texture on the desk. Well I can actually frame up the shot here, and just take the picture, and then decide to use the photo, and it places that right there into my design. And you'll notice that there are simple presets here that you can use to stylize that or give it a different look.
So it makes it nice and simple. This gives you the ability to grab that content and do what you would with it. If you change your mind you can easily switch content out to different sections, again, just tap the replace button, and you can access either your built-in camera or your photo library. Acquire the content that you want. Tap use photo.
And you see it swaps that out there for the top and bottom of my design, giving me an interesting look here that lets me combine using either my camera roll, or my built-in camera on the mobile device. Additionally, remember that if you decide to, whether you're swapping content out or adding new content, you can also access any of the other methods that we discussed earlier, including the ability to search for images, go to your cloud-based libraries, or swap this out with a simple, solid color design as well.
So as you can see, whether you want to use the built-in camera on your mobile device, the built-in photo camera roll that all your apps can write to, or if you decide to use any of the cloud-based or free or stock options, they're all available on the mobile app as well. The key difference here is that you get access to the built-in media library or your built-in camera, which give you some additional options that aren't available on the desktop version.
- Accessing Adobe Spark
- Uploading content
- Using free content from Adobe Stock
- Adding brand assets
- Creating graphics with Spark Post
- Creating webpages with Spark Page
- Creating videos with Spark Video
- Managing content in Spark