Once you've inserted a photo onto the page, you have several ways to display and crop it.
- [Instructor] Once you've inserted a photo…onto your Spark Page project, there are several ways…you can display and crop it.…Here's an example.…I've got a Page project, and this is my title image…with a headline over it.…I'm going to scroll down and you'll see…a little image appear with a caption.…The caption appears as I scroll.…This is an inline graphic.…I also have a different type of treatment for an image.…
This is called fill screen.…I have another type of image where the image…shows up with a little area that crops it.…This is a window.…Finally, I've got another image that fits…the entire browser window.…So let's see how it's done.…I've got my project with a blank opening screen.…I'm going to click the plus sign and choose Photo,…and then Upload a photo.…
The image comes in and fills the window.…I'm going to click on it.…There are three options here.…One is Delete, the other is Replace,…but there's something here called Focal Point,…and you should know how to work with it.…I'm going to click on the Focal Point…
- 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
Skill Level Beginner
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Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Adobe Spark
2. Spark Post
3. Spark Video
4. Spark Page
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