Last time we touched base, the creative trio had just started off on their journey. Since then, they've been continuing to push their creative boundaries with the help of Adobe's full suite of tools.
McCor – whose playful style uses paper silhouettes to transform famous landmarks – turned Phoenix's Souper Salad Restaurant into a beautiful bride, and Kakareko used his talent for dramatic landscapes to capture some moody on-the-road shots.
The challenge of documenting their trip in style was made much easier by the all-new Lightroom CC – announced at Adobe MAX. The tool is now based in the cloud, making it simple for the trio of creatives to organise, edit and share their impressive photography wherever they were.
Edits are automatically synced between devices, too, so they could work on their photographs on a laptop during their downtime, then finish off any edits easily on their smartphones whilst on the road.
A new colour range and updated masking tools also enabled the creatives to make precise edits to their work, to produce stunning images such as the shot by Geffroy above.
Over the weekend, the #RoadtoMAX17 team explored Zion National Park, a nature preserve that is instantly recognisable thanks to its steep red cliffs. They then hit the road for one final time en route to their final stop in Las Vegas, where they’ve been showing off their work at Adobe MAX – The Creativity Conference – which ends on Sunday.