Here's how to place a photo in your Adobe Sketch artwork:
1. With a Sketch artboard open, tap on the Graphic icon (landscape photo) in the toolbar.
2. That will open a pop-up menu with the ability to select an image from: On my iPad, Take a Photo, My CC Files, From Market, From [Adobe] Stock, Paste Image. Choose where you'd like to import the image from.
3. Once the image is on the canvas, tap the Layer icon (three squares) and choose the bottom layer (the bottom layer and top layer are photo layers and the middle layer is a drawing layer) and set the opacity using the slider.
4. Tap done and you'll automatically be taken to the drawing layer.
You'll see that one of your choices on the pop-up menu is Adobe Stock, you can place a stock photo image from Adobe Stock from inside the app, but if you want to use a stock photo from another stock photo agency, you're going to have to place it in your CC Files or in your Photos on your device first and then pull it into Sketch
Hope that helps.
By the way, this tutorial might help if you're just learning Sketch: Sketch and paint with Photoshop Sketch | Adobe Creative Cloud Mobile Apps Tutorials
I used to have that icon but since the last update it has gone away....is there any way to bring in a photo at this point or is that functionality no longer part of the app?
Yep. Thanks again!
I do not have that icon. How can i bring it?