Ep38: The Adobe Show

What exactly is Adobe Creative Cloud?
What programs do I use for my podcast?
Is it worth the investment?

Ask Mike Anything:

Today’s Ask Mike Anything Question came from a Google survey I conducted :

How do you keep a consistent publishing schedule when you have a busy lifestyle?

The simplest answer I can give you is that you need to make your podcast a priority and a part of your routine. No exceptions.

Bottom Line:
Your podcast needs to be a routine in your life or business that just becomes like any other commitment on the schedule if you want to keep consistent. If you are not happy with your format or your podcast is controlling you, adapt and change. I am a one man band show because it fits my style yet I know interviews would get me more downloads. Do what is best for you and stick to a schedule and you will be able to publish on time.

Adobe Creative Cloud Website

How much does it cost:

Free 30-day trial

Individuals, a subscription is $50/month
Students and teachers it is only $19.99 month. That’s incredible.
A la carte programs (i.e. Audition): $19.99
Photography Bundle: Photoshop and Lightroom for only $9.99/month
Students & Teachers: $19.99!

A quick overview of Adobe CC:

Adobe Creative Cloud is 28 professional grade programs and currently 12–15 mobile apps.

Adobe CC also includes full integration with the popular design and [Behance](Online Portfolios on Behance) (portfolios)
Adobe Stock (stock photography)
Typekit (font library)

Places to Learn (for starters)
Kelby One


Podcast Audio Editing:
Adobe Audition

My photography and everything else workflow revolves around my comfort foods:

Episode artwork and all publishing work (pdf guides…)

Logo and vector work:

Video Work
Premiere Pro
After Effects
Adobe Media Encoder

Other tools:
Adobe Acrobat
Adobe Muse

Mobile Apps (the notable ones):

Creative Cloud
Photoshop Mix
Photoshop Fix
Adobe Lightroom
Adobe Spark Post
Adobe Spark Page
Adobe Spark Video
Adobe Capture(replaces Draw, Color, Comp & Shape)
Adobe Premiere Clip