Adobe today officially opened up registrations for MAX 2020. While the MAX conference ordinarily costs over $1,000 to attend, the COVID-19 pandemic caused Adobe to turn this year’s conference into an online-only event that’s open to anyone who wants to take part.
Adobe is promising 56 hours of non-stop inspiration and learning for creatives who use its software.
“With live content demos, luminary speakers, Sneaks, celebrity appearances, and musical performances, this is an immersive experience you don’t want to miss out on,” Adobe says.
There will be over 350 different sessions across 10 tracks you can choose from this year during the event, which runs from October 20-22, so you may want to start planning out your days now. The Photography track itself features 43 sessions.
Registrants are also entered into a sweepstake to win a free Adobe MAX t-shirt, have the opportunity to chat with other creatives during session premieres, given access to instructor files and presentation downloads, given a chance to meet product experts behind Adobe products, and given the chance to win prizes through sponsored tutorials and pages.
Some notable individuals who will be participating in this year’s MAX include Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay, leading actor Keanu Reeves, and renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz. A full list of speakers will be unveiled in September.
Of the attendees from 68 countries that were at Adobe MAX 2019, 97% said they would recommend the conference.
If you’d like to register to take part in Adobe MAX 2020, you can do so through the conference’s webpage.