Publish your work to Adobe Stock using Bridge CC
Guest post by Avinash Kumar Singh, Software Product Quality Specialist, Adobe
Are you looking for a platform to showcase your creative work and get rewarded for it? With Bridge CC, quickly upload your projects to Adobe Stock and be a part of an amazing community of creative content providers. Now, maximize the time capturing and creating content and minimize the time spent in submitting your work!
What all do you need?
To leverage the integration of Adobe Bridge and Adobe Stock, you just need two things:
- Adobe Bridge 7.0 or later installed on your system
- Your project in a folder that’s ready for uploading
File specifications for uploading to Adobe Stock
- Only JPEG and raw files can be uploaded.
- The minimum file size is 4 MB and the maximum is 50 MB.
How does it work?
Now let’s see how you can publish your work with a few clicks.
- Open your project in Adobe Bridge.
- Open the Publish panel.
- Click Publish on the right side of your workspace.
- Choose Window > Publish Panel.
- Click Adobe Stock Contributor in the Publish panel.
- If you haven’t accessed the Adobe Stock website on your system, then a Set Up button appears in the Publish panel. To create a connection between Adobe Bridge and Adobe Stock, click the Set Up button.
- The Adobe Stock Contributor website opens. Follow the instructions to create your profile. Once your registration is successful, open the Adobe Bridge window.
- In the Content panel, select the files you want to publish and drag them to the Publish panel.
- For raw images, Bridge displays a dialog to confirm the conversion of raw images to JPEG. Click Continue.
- When the upload completes, Adobe Bridge displays the following dialog box. To go to the Adobe Stock Contributor website where your project is hosted, click the Go To Adobe Stock button in this dialog box.
- On the Adobe Stock Contributor website, fill in all the requested fields for the title, keyword section, and category. Click Save and then Submit to complete your submission. For more information, see Adobe Stock | Upload your content.
Your creative work is now available to a wider audience and you can charge for these images!
We’d love to hear your thoughts and answer your questions; please post them in the comments section of this blog.