Unlimited Creativity: Day 1 at Adobe MAX
Day one of Adobe MAX is in the books! 7,000 of the most creative people in the world have joined us for this year’s event from over 60 countries. It’s been an amazing event so far and there is still so much to come. Today started with the Adobe MAX keynote where we announced two new mobile apps – Photoshop Fix and Adobe Capture CC – and showed tons of cool updates that are coming to Creative Cloud. If you missed the keynote, you can view it here, and get a run down of our announcements here.
The Community Pavilion opened and people got hands on with creative projects. There was everything from live printing, bullet time photos, a “time travel” experience commemorating 25 years of Photoshop, a live design battle, and more. We also launched our new Adobe channel on Twitch, live streaming creative people doing creative work straight from the show floor.
Attendees have been learning a ton at all of the MAX sessions, and we’ll have some of these available online soon so those of you who couldn’t join us in person can still learn from the best in the business. In addition to learning, creating and networking, MAX attendees are getting some special benefits this year – they will be going home with a year’s subscription to Adobe Stock and a new FUJIFILM X-T10 Camera.
Take a look at all of the fun from day one, and be sure to join us online for tomorrow’s keynote at 10am PT, where we’ll talk to director Baz Luhrmann, “Humans of New York” founder and photographer Brandon Stanton, writer and illustrator Maira Kalman, and artist, designer and author Elle Luna.
Adobe’s Jason Levine with Freddie Wong broadcasting on Twitch
Having fun at the Adobe Make It Experience
Photoshop in 1990
See more images from Adobe MAX on Flickr.