Adobe Spark how to sign up for and create one

Sign up for Adobe Spark

  1. Google “adobe spark” and select it from the results.
  2. Select “Log in” and login with Google. Allow Adobe Spark to access your device.
  3. Enter your date of birth.
  4. Read the Terms of Use and check the box- then select “Continue”.
  5. (De)select to receive the Adobe Spark newsletter and select “Continue”
  6. Choose which type of project you would like to create: “Page” or “Video”

Creating a Adobe Spark Page

To get started, click on "Page" which will bring you to a screen asking you to add a title and a sub-title. You can also add your lead photo here.

Next you can add photos, text, links, video, a photo grid or glideshow. Each element is pretty self explanatory except for photo grid and glideshow.

A photo grid will add a collage of photos from a selection of images that you upload. Your images are automatically arranged into a nice grid layout. You can edit the grid by rearranging the order of images, making images full page, or adding and deleting images from the grid

Adding a glideshow is a similar process – you upload a set of photos and then you can add or delete images or change the order they appear in your glideshow.

The glideshow presentation is designed to be a modern animated magazine style slideshow that really brings your photography to life. You can add text captions and one really cool feature is the ability to add zoom points to focus the viewer’s attention on specific parts of an image.

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Once you are finished with your page, you can change the theme if you like or just stay with the default.

After you have finished editing your Adobe Spark Page you need to create a link to share it. Select "Share"...

Pick a category... and then select "Create public link"

Copy the link to share it as needed. You can update the link if you make changes to your Adobe Spark Page.

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Created with images by byzantiumbooks - "Turn" • Renaud Camus - "Le Jour ni l'Heure 4162 : Sir Thomas Lawrence, 1769-1830, Miss Sweeting (plus tard Mrs Alnutt), c. 1800, musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, Palais Saint-Pierre, vendredi 3 juin 2011, 17:01:30" • Karen Roe - "Ickworth Park (NT) 16-03-2014" • Karen Roe - "Ickworth Park (NT) 05-10-2013"

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