May 5, 2013
“On this episode of The Grid, Scott and Matt are joined by Tom Hogarty from Adobe, who gave us a sneak peek of processing RAW photos on a tablet! Using a prototype version of a possibly upcoming app on his iPad 2, he demonstrated the ability to edit RAW photos using Lightroom-like capabilities such as Highlights, Shadows, Exposure, Contrast, and more. He also discussed cloud synchronization with the edits made on tablets back to your computer.”
And here is a very interesting followup article by Jonny Evans.
April 23, 2013
I can’t believe that MAX- The Creativity Conference is right around the corner! I hope you can join us May 4-8th in Los Angeles, CA where you will have the opportunity to hear from some of the top names in digital imaging (including Greg Gorman and Cory Rich), as they share what inspires them, how they keep evolving, and how they make the most of every project. In addition, there are over 300 seminars and hands-on labs to attend and participate in.
AND a one year Creative Cloud membership is included with your conference pass!
View the entire MAX session catalog here.
April 12, 2013
For the past 5 years, Kevin Kubota has been hosting “Photographer’s Ignite” at WPPI. The format is such that each speaker is given 5 minutes to present a topic using 20 slides – which automatically advance every 15 seconds. I can tell you, it was an educational and informative experience! In case you weren’t able to attend in person, Kevin has posted video of all of the speakers here.
March 22, 2013
I’m excited to be returning to the fabulous Santa Fe Workshops this year to teach a 4 day workshop on Photoshop and The Creative Composite!
Somewhere between the decisive moment of still photography and the time compression offered by moving pictures lies the world of digital compositing—a place where multiple images captured at different times are layered together to create a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. During our four days together, Julieanne helps you discover how to transform concepts and ideas into images. You master the tools used in compositing, including layers and masking, blend modes, adjustment layers, the properties panel, opacity, and clipping paths. Then you take these concepts to the next level using Smart Objects and Smart Filters, making complex selections using channels and the pen tool, and creating knockout layer effects using advanced blending options, clipping masks, Layer Groups, and the Refine Edge command.
Mornings are dedicated to instruction, with time set aside in the afternoon for you to work on your own images. This is the chance for you to reinforce your understanding of techniques applicable to your photography and engage in individual critique sessions. Using the most flexible, non-destructive editing process imaginable, Julieanne combines creative inspiration with image-manipulation techniques to help you rediscover your enthusiasm and unleash your potential.
I hope you will be able to join us! Click here for more information about the class, and to view the entire Santa Fe Workshops calendar, click here.
February 14, 2013
Richard Curtis and the Adobe team in the United Kingdom will be running a series of webinars including one on “Photoshop, Photoshop Touch and Creative Cloud for Photographers” on the 28th of February.
It’s part of a larger series that both Photographers and Designers will certainly find useful. Click here for more information about the entire range of webinars coming up soon!
November 2, 2012
Russell Preston Brown and I set off this weekend for the Adobe Eclipse Tour! We’ll be stopping in Korea, Singapore and Australia for a full day of Photoshop and Lightroom training. Click the links below for more information.
November 6 – Korea
November 9 – Singapore
November 20 – Sydney
October 19, 2012
PhotoPlus Expo is just around the corner and I’m busy preparing my seminar and hands-on class this afternoon. My first seminar is on Thursday morning October 25th from 8:45 – 11:45 where I’ll be discussing The Photographer’s Workflow: Using Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6 to Accelerate Processing and Improve your Photos. We’re going to cover everything from presets and templates to batch processing with droplets and variables. It’s sure to be an action packed 3 hours!
If you’re a beginner to Lightroom, and want some hands on experience, then be sure to join me on Saturday morning, October 27th from 8:45 – 10:45 to learn the Fundamentals of Lightroom. We’ll discover the best way to view, sort and make collections of your photographs, correct tone and color to enhance and add stylistic effects and then share them with others via online and in print.
I hope to see you at the Javits Convention Center in New York City!
Click here for more information about Photo Plus Expo.
October 15, 2012
If you’re in NYC, be sure to schedule some time to see the new exhibit “Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art – October 11, 2012–January 27, 2013.
April 13, 2012
Just a reminder that I will be at the InterContinental Hotel and Conference Center in Dallas TX on Saturday April 28, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. From 10am – 1:00pm we’ll talk about how to “Revitalize your workflow with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4”, and from 2:00 – 5:00 we’ll cover Photoshop Techniques for Photographers.
This seminar is open to the public for $97 . If you’re already registered for Texas School then you can attend the seminar for only $47! Click here for the Texas School schedule to find out more information as well as see the list of incredible photography instructors that will be training all week. I hope to see you there!
February 9, 2011
Thank you so much to everyone who organized, attended and participated in PhotoWorld Asia 2011. I can honestly say that your hospitality was above and beyond anything I have ever experienced while traveling and I am grateful for all of the new friendships that I have made as a result of visiting your beautiful country!
The seminars at PhotoWorld Asia were all outstanding. I had a wonderful time learning lighting and posing from the incredible Hanson Fong and was thrilled to be able to speak to such an engaged group of photographers who, at the end of a full day of Lightroom and Photoshop instruction, still wanted more!
Triston Yeo and Stuart Dee, thank you for sharing your beautiful images - it was a pleasure getting to know you and seeing you in action capturing visual moments of our travels through your photography.
Special thanks goes to everyone who worked so hard behind the scenes to make this event such a success: Mrs. Huang , Mr. Ka Lito and Mr. Nappi, Ms. Lalana, Dr. Amado Castro, Mr. Inumerable, Mr. Ruwen Verdaguer as well as the numerous volunteers needed to make everything happen behind the scenes. You all work tirelessly to help the photographic community of the Philippines and it shows in the quality of the work of your photographers.
And for all of you that joined us for the live shoot on Tuesday, I hope that you had as much fun (and learned as much as I did) while photographing the models at the fashion/body paint photo shoot.
I hope to post some images soon…
February 3, 2011
I can’t tell you how truly honored I am to be the recipient of the American Society of Photographers Honorary Educational Associate. I am grateful for all of the friends that I have met and am so thankful for the knowledge that we have all shared. I can’t imagine the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes in order to run such an incredible organization and truly appreciate the details that made this awards banquet so special and memorable for me.
– The Board of Governors of the American Society of Photographers may from time to time confer on an individual, an Honorary Educational Associate by virtue of past service to the American Society of Photographers or for outstanding contributions to photography.
February 1, 2011
I’ve started hiking on the weekends to make sure that I’m in tip-top shape for walking through some of the most spectacular vistas on earth! I hope you’ll join Randy Jay Braun (renowned camera artist of Hawaii), Karin Pizzinini (trail photography guide), Agustina Lagos Marmol (Dolomite mountains Adventurist), and myself for an artistic journey into the heart of the Dolomites – June 27th – July 4th, 2011.It’s going to be an adventure to remember! For more information, click here.
January 29, 2011
We are getting ready to start a full day program on Photoshop and Lightroom! If you joined us, please feel free to download these notes - PHOTOWORLDAsia2011 – as a reminder of what we covered.
January 25, 2011
I’m very excited to be heading towards the Philippines to participate in PhotoWorld Asia 2011 and am looking forward to spending time with both serious professionals and passionate amateur photographers who want to improve their Photoshop and Lightroom skills. We’re going to have an excellent time exploring the software, learning new tips and techniques and creating beautiful images. I’m crossing my fingers for a window seat on the flight over. See you soon!
January 14, 2011
I hope you will join me next week at Imaging USA in San Antonio Texas! I have two presentations: Lightroom 3 – Secrets of the Develop Module and Photoshop CS5 – Refining Your Personal Style. Details below. Giddy-up.
Monday January 17th, 2011 9:00 – 10:30 am
LR3 Secrets of the Develop Module - Julieanne Kost will unveil the secrets to creating the highest quality images possible by harnessing the power within the Develop module in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3. You’ll master the tools needed to enhance, refine and add creative effects to your images (using both global and local nondestructive image adjustments), add stylistic effects, convert to black and white, and enhance and/or subdue local color and tone for mood. Then, discover how to expedite the finishing process with custom presets to quickly apply these effects to multiple photographs, preparing your images for final delivery directly from within Lightroom or through the seamless integration with Adobe Photoshop 5.
Tuesday January 18th, 2011 7:30 – 9:00 am
Photoshop CS5 Refining Your Personal Style - There are many ways to add your own personal style and enhance your photography after the shoot. For instance, join Julieanne Kost, Digital Imaging Evangelist for Adobe Systems, and discover some subtle techniques in Adobe Photoshop CS5 that will help make your images express your own personal vision. You’ll discover creative methods for converting images to black and white, colorizing and adding edges, overlays, textures and special effects that show your personal touch. In addition, you’ll learn how to sequence multiple images and composite photographs together to create a single photograph, wherein the sum is greater than the individual parts.