Capturing the colours of southern Spain with #LumiaInGranada and Creative Cloud

You guys know how we love all things photography. With that in mind, we recently partnered with Microsoft who invited a select group of lifestyle media and bloggers from around Europe to discover, experience and capture the colours of the south of Spain.

Armed with their Lumia and Surface Pro 3 devices, they’ve been exploring the intricate details of the Alhambra residence, along with National Geographic photographer Stephen Alvarez. I gave them a session where we covered Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC and the different Creative Cloud apps, sharing tips on how to create amazing images every day, everywhere, at home and on the go.

We’ve been following their progress and some of the pictures we got back have been truly inspiring.

A tiny garden gnome #mobilephotography #LumiaInGranada

— Rodrigo Rivas (@RodrigoRivasPH) April 13, 2015

Tales of love. #LumiainGranada @LumiaItalia — Andrea Kate Ferrario (@itsandykate) April 16, 2015

#lumiaingranada: 2,5 days packed with amazing places, people, experiences & food. It was a pleasure meeting you all!

— pina kehren (@pina_me) April 15, 2015

Maravillas de La Alhambra ❤ #lumiaingranada q os parecen estos inspiradores mosaicos @microsoftes @lumiaes? — Lucia Fernandez (@luceral) April 13, 2015

I watched the sun set over Alhambra today. Granada is gorgeous 😍 #lumiaingranada #shotwithlumia

— Lois Opoku (@LisforLOIS) April 13, 2015

Empezamos la segunda jornanda de #LumiaInGranada con @sbaril de @AdobeFrance — Rodrigo Rivas (@RodrigoRivasPH) April 14, 2015

But that’s not all: starting this week, we’re also launching a competition where we’ll have some giveaways for those who vote and comment on their favourite photo from #LumiaInGranada – including a free 12-month Creative Cloud Photography Plan subscription. Find out the full details at the Lumia Conversations blog.

In the meantime, make sure to get inspired by all the amazing photos shared on Twitter and Instagram.

#LumiainGranada Tweets

Photo credit: Lois Opoku /