3 days in sunny Los Angeles, and over 6,000 creatives from across the globe. This year at Adobe MAX there were tons of great speakers and new product features announced, and Flixel was so ecstatic to be a part of the madness.
The announcements revealed new mobile apps, along with tighter integration between desktop and mobile, allowing for a seamless workflow. New to the suite of Adobe apps is Photoshop Fix and Capture CC. Photoshop Fix provides more detailed photo editing on iOS, while Capture CC combines four current apps-Brush CC, Hue CC, Color CC, and Shape CC-into one easy to use app on Android and iOS.
As a silver sponsor, our booth setup was pretty rad. If you didn’t attend, it looked a little something like this.
At Adobe MAX, the artistry and talent could be felt and experienced in every nook and crevice of the Convention Centre. Attendees came from all sorts of disciplines, yearning to broaden their creativity, and having a blast while doing so. We met graphic artists, photographers, UX designers, creative writers, musicians, art directors, and the list goes on.
People were drawn to our photo booth setup and glowing screens, showcasing the most beautiful and captivating cinemagraphs created by our talented community. Pro photographer, Michael Grecco, photographed over 700 attendees, as they lined up over the 3 days to get their very own Flixel Adobe Max cinemagraph.
Photoshop and After Effects gurus marvelled at the ease and intuitiveness of Cinemagraph Pro. It was a success, to say the least. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for next year at Adobe MAX- but we’re sure it will be awesome.
Thanks to our Co-Sponsors, Adobe, Panasonic and Broncolor, for helping to make our Flixel Booth a magic experience for all. Check out all of the other attendees cinemagraphs on the Adobe MAX flixel page.