When ActiveRain hosted the photography contest earlier in the year, I discovered a few cool photo-editing tools and have enjoying using them periodically to spice up my marketing campaign.
I learned how to erase unwanted items from a photo as well as how to sharpen the images, straighten crooked photos, etc.
But perhaps the feature I'm most excited about is adding text to my photos and turning them into marketing pieces.
The first text editing feature I discovered was how to add a watermark. The app is called Add Watermark Free. The contest introduced me to several other useful apps that I continue to use. One is called Snapseed. I tried it with my Halloween photo, but didn't get the desired results, so I tried with Photo Editor and got closer to the results I had in mind.
The above photo was taken in a neighbors yard this Halloween season. The next one was taken a couple of years ago with the intent of turning it into a marketing piece, as soon as I could come up with the right verbiage.
It's now or never due to the 2017 Photography Contest, so I'm putting on my most creative skeleton head to see what I can create...
It came to me under pressure ~ my brain works like that!
I'll be able to use these graphics for years to come, and hopefully a few people will share them.
(This entry is for Dick Greenberg's 2017 Photography Contest ~ Miscellaneous Marketing Pieces)