Get creative advice from your heroes with Adobe Live

Fancy watching your design heroes sharing invaluable tips, tutorials and walkthroughs of their creative process, live? Well, you can now do so every day, completely free, via Adobe Live.

Adobe Live, running on Behance, is a series of live shows where top creatives share their tips, tricks and techniques on how to best use tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Premiere Pro. And now it's being extended to the UK, France and Germany as a series of daily interactive livestreams, entitled Adobe Live.

So now you have more opportunities than ever to see world-class artists, illustrators, designers and film-makers share their secrets, answer audience questions and interact with the community, live and in person.

Past guests have included Kelly Anna, Will Paterson, Mikiko Ponczeck, Gordon Reid, Marylou Faure, Yarza Twins, CrispyRob, Sebastian Spasic, Haeme Ulrich and Flore Maquin, and more will be revealed during the next coming weeks.

During these interactive sessions, viewers are encouraged to share their unique challenges and questions for speakers to solve and respond to, in real-time. So whatever's been bugging you in your work life lately, you have the opportunity to ask some of the world's most admired creatives for their help and advice.

Adobe Live streams daily in English at 12noon BST/1pm CET, French at 2pm CET and German at 11am CET.

And you'll undoubtedly be in good company. "We're privileged to host one of the biggest and most active creative communities in the world," says Simon Morris, Senior Director, Marketing at Adobe. "Adobe Live brings together creatives from every background imaginable. It represents an incredible opportunity for our European community to come together, share ideas, get inspired, and above all, celebrate creativity; we're delighted to tailor it to our thriving community in Europe."

Adobe Live follows on from Adobe's Virtual Summit as well as its annual creativity conference Adobe Max, both of which will be available for all to attend this year, as part of its aim to bring the whole creative community together during these challenging times.

You can find out more and join the Adobe Live livestreams at adobe.com.

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