Photography from Japan – Created in Adobe Spark

Adobe SparkPhotography

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to participate in the CP+ event in Yokohama, Japan. Fortunately, I was able to extend my stay and visit a number of incredible locations in Kyoto and Tokyo.

This weekend, I created a Spark Page of my travels in preparation for my presentation at Photoshop World. I really appreciate how easy it is to make my collection in Lightroom, sync it with my mobile devices, and then layout my story using a beautifully designed template on my mobile device or desktop computer.

Click on the image below to view the images and let me know what you think. Enjoy!

Depending on your internet speed, it might take a few minutes to load because I included a large number of images…

Adobe Spark, Photography

Posted on 04-17-2017


  • By Anders Glantz - 5:41 AM on April 17, 2017  

    So very good and great Julianne!

  • By Mike Hodgson - 11:38 AM on April 17, 2017  

    Hi Julianne,
    Loved your Spark Page. And, I’m intrigued as to how you photos look in the ‘grid display’. Once clicked on, they display at a larger size than mine do! Have I missed a setting somewhere? I’d welcome any tip. Thanks.

  • By Guðný Pálína Sæmundsdóttir - 12:05 PM on April 17, 2017  

    Wonderful photos, you really manage to transfer the “feeling” of those places to your photos 🙂

  • By Cher Pendarvis - 4:01 PM on April 17, 2017  

    Beautiful, Julieanne! Thank you for sharing your exquisite scenes of Japan.

  • By Richard Battilana - 5:38 PM on April 17, 2017  

    Great! I love the shots of Yoyogi blossoms and the way you took serval different angles and focal lengths. Gave me an inspiration to try the same. I have the Kamaru too but not the same as yours.

  • By David Cuerdon - 4:25 AM on April 18, 2017  

    Julieanne, your work is always so amazing! You are sincerely a wonderful artist! I love how you find patterns of beauty in all your work. So inspirational, thank you for sharing!