How to use Cloudinary with Django Application for uploading Images.

image = models.ImageField(upload_to='Portfolio/', null=True)
pip install cloudinary dj3-cloudinary-storage
INSTALLED_APPS = [ ...
'cloudinary',
]
CLOUDINARY_STORAGE = {'CLOUD_NAME': 'Your Cloud Name','API_KEY': 'Your API KEY','API_SECRET': 'Your Secret Key',}DEFAULT_FILE_STORAGE = 'cloudinary_storage.storage.MediaCloudinaryStorage'

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