Online-Only Adobe MAX 2020 Completely Free, Registration Now Open


This year’s Adobe MAX 2020 looks set to offer photographers a particularly great value because it is all going to be free.

Photo by Luis Quintero from Pexels.

That’s right, the normally $USD 1000 three-day conference will be completely free and totally online this year.

But you don’t have to take our word for it.

From the registration page itself:

“Make plans to join us for a uniquely immersive and engaging digital experience, guaranteed to inspire. Three full days of luminary speakers, celebrity appearances, musical performances, a global collaborative art project, and 350+ sessions — and all at no cost.”

Of course, the reasoning behind a completely online event ties back to the COVID-19 pandemic currently sweeping the globe. This has made most in-person events impossible and most trade shows have canceled this year’s outing so it is nice to see Adobe trying to keep things as normal as possible.

This year’s conference will take place October 20 through the 22 and will feature 350 sessions with luminaries such as Keanu Reeves, Ava DuVernay, Annie Leibowitz, and Tyler the Creator, among others.

Registration is simple but it will require your Adobe ID.

“MAX registration requires an Adobe ID. When registering use the email associated with your Creative Cloud Account. If you don’t have an account, you can set up one during registration. If you don’t remember your password, click Forgot Password.”

If you’d like to register for Adobe MAX 2020, you can do that at this link.

Will you be attending Adobe’s online-only MAX 2020 event? Have you attended in the past? Let us know your thoughts on this story in the comments section below if you like.

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