Max 2015 Keynote Day 1

This was my second Max, these are some pictures of Day 1 in the Microsoft Theater at Keynote 1. For those interested in reading more about the Keynote here is my blogpost about it,

The Stage at Microsoft Theater where all the Max 2015 Keynotes took place. Breathtaking presentation!
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen starts the show after the awe-aspiring opening film, Shantanu's first words,"Wow! That opening stinger just gets keeps getting better every year and I can absolutely assure you Adobe Products were used to create that experience!"
CEO Shantanu Narayen as seen on the screen alongside the stage.
 SVP Bryan Lamkin is the main presenter for the show about the latest innovations in Creative Cloud.
Learning about the seamless integration of the inspiration in the outside world and putting it to work in Adobe Software immmediately via Adobe Capture, an app that captures Colors, Shapes, Brushes and Looks with your mobile device camera. 
Author and Founder of Behance and 99U Scott Belsky talks about the freedom of Creative Sync that allows a creator to have all his/her assets available in an asset library in every Adobe app, wherever a user signs in with an Adobe ID. Sync also helps team members easily shares assets between them and work on them together. 
Bryan Lamkin talks about the integration of touch into every major Adobe software, so you can use your hands to create on the go. 
Bryan Lamkin on Web and UX innovation in Adobe. I love the back drop so much! It was mesmerising in the opening sequence where it flowed and intertwined like an octopus - loved it!
Paul Gabay on the innovation in the UX and UI space.
Director and VFX guru Tim Miller of Blur Studio speaks about his upcoming film Deadpool, that he is cutting on Premiere Pro and After FX.
Adobe Evangelist, filmmaker, musician and Audio wizard Jason Levine, makes a high energy, entertaining presentation about innovations in Adobe Premiere Pro. He talked about using Lumetri looks to create the look you want for your video content in seconds. He also demo'ed Adobe Audition Remix a very cool tool that cuts music seamlessly to existing video based on beats or harmonics.  
Jason Levine's backdrop was spectacular - the cityscape was projected on the flor, sides and the ceiling, amazing effect.
Here he is surrounded by the Adobe Premiere Pro desktop, had to add this picture because this is the screen I look at on my workstation most often. 
Bryan Lamkin introduces the segment on Photography. 
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