After 99U Creative Conference, Adobe has announced that its annual Adobe MAX conference will also become a free, online-only event. The reason is the same as it was for all previous changes and cancellations: the coronavirus pandemic.
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After MWC, CP+ and several other trade shows and conferences, Adobe Summit 2020 is also being canceled due to the coronavirus concerns. However, the organizers have found the way to still host the event. Instead of taking place at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, this year’s Adobe Summit is going to become an online event.
I guess most of us have lost all hopes of attending any mass events in 2020. But the coronavirus pandemic is already affecting 2021, too. After trade shows scheduled for the current year, CES 2021 now becomes an online-only event as well.
Adobe has announced that its 16th annual 99U Creative Conference will be held online. While it’s a paid event in normal conditions, this year’s conference will be completely free for everyone. The reason for making the event virtual is, of course, the coronavirus pandemic, which also made Adobe turn the Adobe Summit into an online event.
Given that The Photography Show didn’t happen, NAB and Photokina aren’t happening, and many governments around the world are telling us that we could potentially be in lockdown for more than six months, IBC, PPE and the rescheduled TPS might not happen, either. But Canon is pressing on with their gear announcements regardless.
Canon has announced that they’re hosting a virtual press conference on April 20th to announce some new gear. NAB was scheduled to begin on April 19th and go on until April 22nd, so April 20th falls in line with what was likely their original announcement schedule. I wouldn’t get your hopes up about the EOS R5, though.
Like I mentioned in one of my previous articles, online learning is one of the great ways to spend your time in self-isolation. More and more companies and individual creatives are unlocking their online courses, offering them for free to everyone stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak. To make it easier for you, we put all of them in one place. So, here’s a list of online courses that you can access for free during the coronavirus crisis. There’s a bunch of them all over the web now, but we’ve focused on those related to photography and visual arts.
Coronavirus has had many events canceled and postponed, including this year’s NAB. While The Photography Show in Birmingham has been rescheduled and Adobe Summit switched online, NAB didn’t offer any alternative at the time of cancelation. But now it appears that we’ll have one after all. In late April 2020, NAB will be streamed in the form of a “virtual trade show.”
The coronavirus outbreak has had schools all over the world closed down, moving classes to online platforms whenever possible. Adobe has decided to offer free at-home access to its Creative Cloud programs to all students and educators who are now forced to teach and learn from home.