Today’s FLYTIP feature is all about how we create images for our blogs. I am no image whiz. Really. I tried to download my own image editing program and utterly failed. It triggered a mini meltdown.
So if you have ever thought, editing is not for me, don’t fear. I got you. The world most inexperienced image person has some cheats for you.
I use picmonkey to edit all my photos exclusively. In the most basic sense of editing. I usually auto edit it then play around. I usually use burst, because my photos are all colorful. Come take a look. And then I sometimes do different color overlays. That’s it. Then I use Hootsuite to post them to Instagram.
Is it even called this? Featured image? The image you see for the post on my main page. That thing. I use Canva to make these. I have also used Adobe Spark, but I haven’t used that in a while now. Canva is super easy because it comes with pre-done layouts and texts that I use the heck out of. I did their tutorials, and that was also super easy.
Since I am the most inexperienced of all the noobs, I need the help of my partner a lot. He does things where he takes my name off stuff, reverses images for me, and manages my website. Not only would this whole site not be a thing without him, but all my coolest images. He is also my photo taking partner for all the things where I would normally need a tripod. I don’t have the patience for those.
And of course the FLYTIP feature has all the best graphics. I use all the Discussion, Review, Summary banners and have a plan to implement the Amazon and Goodreads buttons. I would use the stars if I could, but I actually don’t rate with stars.
See I used one just now. How do you edit or create your images? Anything I could try to use?
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