Last June in “How to Tell a Travel Story Visually with Photos,” I reviewed these three options for visual storytelling:
- Google+ “Stories”
- Storehouse “Stories” created with an iPad/iPhone app
- “Posts” using Exposure.co
I found too many flaws with Google+ “Stories” to recommend using them to “Show & Tell” people about your trip.
On the other hand, both Storehouse and Exposure were easy to use, could include text, still photos and videos, and could be shared via social media, e-mail, and by embedding in Websites and blogs.
Storehouse won that “horse race” for me because it is completely free, while Exposure only gave one the ability to create three free posts before ponying up money to create more.
But now there’s a “new kid on the block,” the “Slate” app for iPad from Adobe, the folks who created the photo editing program and new English language verb, “Photoshop.”