As a photographer, I've been using Adobe products for years. In my workflow, I first use Adobe Lightroom to import my images, then make adjustments to the camera RAW files as a baseline before bringing into Photoshop for fine tuning.
For those who don't know, Adobe softwares are standard (hear great things about Capture One as well) for creatives whether it be still photography, videography, graphic design, illustrations, print and digital illustrations, and others. I have used an array of Adobe programs over the years, but now days I find that all I need for my work is Lightroom and Photoshop.
As a member of Adobe's subscription based software, you also receive access to a website builder and hosting from Adobe called Adobe Portfolio.
Adobe Portfolio allows you to build a website using its various templates to showcase your work. I find the interface to be easy to use and find the organization to be just what I like, simple and clean.
I use Squarespace for my main business sites - this site and Jason Lusk Photography. I find the Squarespace sites to be quite good, but find most of the templates not exactly what I want. This is what I like about Adobe Portfolio - simplicity. The layouts provide a great experience for the viewers of my site.
If I didn't have dedicated sites previously to showcase my work, then I would no doubt be happy with a single site built with Adobe Portfolio. In my case. I'm using Adobe Portfolio as a hub to link to my business sites as well as a way to showcase personal work.