Adobe Capture Patterns

Creating Patterns with Adobe Capture and Photoshop!

This last October I had to chance to attend Adobe Max 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  

Adobe Max Banner at Adobe Max 2017

Adobe MAX is an annual event held by Adobe Systems in North America, Europe and Japan.

The purpose of the event is to promote the latest Adobe releases to those in the computer design and development industries.

There is a lot to say about this experience that ill leave for another blog post. While I was there I played around with some adobe software Ive never really tried before called Adobe Capture. 

Once I started playing around with the pattern creator, I started making Patterns out of everything.

 Looking into a Canon 50mm 1.8 with the bottom lens cap on.

Looking into a Canon 50mm 1.8 with the bottom lens cap on.

 Looking at the top of a Pepsi can.

Looking at the top of a Pepsi can.

It is so easy to look at something through the app and create a really unique one of a kind texture/pattern.

 A picture of a cloud on my computer screen.

A picture of a cloud on my computer screen.

 A phone number written on a yellow sticky note.

A phone number written on a yellow sticky note.

Then the real fun begins when you load up all the photos you've created into photoshop and begin to play around with them.

Every pattern you create is automatically saved into your Adobe CC library where it can be accessed immediately in the panel in the program. 

 A photo of a long exposure car driving by on my computer screen.

A photo of a long exposure car driving by on my computer screen.

 Looking at a motorcycle helmet.

Looking at a motorcycle helmet.

I started to tweak the colors and contrast on a lot of them to find something I liked.

I then added some effects like separating the color channels or blaring them.

 Looking at a motorcycle helmet visor reflecting the world.

Looking at a motorcycle helmet visor reflecting the world.

 A shot in my living room.

A shot in my living room.

 looking down at my laptop keyboard.

looking down at my laptop keyboard.

 looking down at my laptop keyboard.

looking down at my laptop keyboard.

 motorcycle break light.

motorcycle break light.

If you haven't had a chance to try this out I would highly recommend it.

It is a lot of fun and you can create a lot of great patterns you can directly upload to social media or use in your projects.

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