Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of programs are the best of the best when it comes enabling creative professionals through technology. And with the launch of Adobe Stock earlier this year, programs like Photoshop and Illustrator got even more powerful. Now, through Adobe Stock Photo’s Creative Cloud integration, you can access millions of stock photographs from right inside of your creative cloud programing without ever leaving Photoshop, Illustrator, or any other creative cloud offering. Here’s how you can purchase photos from Adobe Stock without ever leaving your Creative Cloud program of choice, you can read it’s a review here.
- Sign Up For Adobe Stock
If you don’t have Adobe Stock Photos Creative Cloud already, make sure to sign up for the service. By doing so, you get access to millions of stock photos at the tip of your fingers, and you can purchase and download these easily from right inside of Photoshop or other programs. Check out their plans and offerings and make sure that you are signed into Adobe’s Creative Cloud when you purchase the plan that will work best for you.
- Launch Adobe Stock From The Creative Cloud Libraries Panel
From the Libraries panel on the right hand side of your Creative Cloud workspace, you can launch the full Adobe Stock library easily. Just click on the link that says “Search Millions of Photos at Adobe Stock” or by clicking on the Adobe Stock icon. If your Libraries panel isn’t displaying, make sure it is set to display in your program settings.
- Search For Imagery
From the Adobe Stock Photo Creative Cloud library, you can search for the perfect image for your project. Once you have found an image that works for you, you will want to save it to your Adobe Creative Cloud library. To do so, click the drop down menu by the “save to” menu and name a new library. You will see a small alert display when you have saved an image correctly.
- Use The Image From Your Creative Cloud Library
Once you have an image downloaded, it’s easy to insert it directly into any project you are working on. Just select the library that you saved your image to with the drop down menu, and then drag and drop your new image into your project. Using this technique, you can download as many images as you need, and then access them quickly and easily from inside of Photoshop or any other Creative Cloud program.