For my second editing photography tips post I thought I'd share how I quickly edit photos and brighten them up using my Intel AIO. I also used Photoshop & Illustrator for the fonts on this photo and showed what I like to do on those 2 programs.
Using Lightroom, I like to first deal with the exposure and contrast of the photo.
I love using the touch screen on the Intel AIO.
I then like to mess with the shadows and whites depending on what the photos needs. And also depending on the white balance of the photo I will change the temperature of the photo. With these 2 steps, you can brighten your photo and make it looked finished super quick!
Illustrator is one of my favorite programs, I never get to use it as much as I'd like to but when I can I like to mess with handwritten font. Using the touch screen on the Intel AIO, I easily wrote out Carcassonne for my France post, from there I drag that font over to my photo on Photoshop.
And to finish my photo, I brought it up on Photoshop.
I first dragged my handwritten font over from Illustrator and then brought up the text box and finished the photo with the text. I used the on-screen keyboard on the Intel AIO desktop as shown in the photo.
Find out more about Intel All In One here.
#spon: I am in a partnership with Intel. Through this partnership I gain access to content, product, or other forms of value.