Beyond the Single Shot – Free Online Workshop

Events and Workshops

I hope you can join Paul Burnett and myself for our free workshop Beyond the Single Shot during the Head On(line) Photo Festival!

We’re presenting this workshop 14 May at 12:00pm – if you’re in Sydney, Australia. If you’re not in that time zone, the time and date may differ! For example, if you’re in San Francisco, CA, this workshop can be viewed live on Wednesday May 13th, at 7pm (PST).

Here’s the description:

Whether you’re combining multiple images in Photoshop to overcome obstacles that can’t be solved in capture or are creating multi image photorealistic montages, the tools and techniques needed to create a successful image are the same. In this seminar, join Adobe evangelists Paul Burnett and Julieanne Kost to learn how to extend the dynamic range in images using HDR, stitch together multiple images for stunning panoramas, and combine your photos in a natural and authentic way in order to make a stronger image. This seminar will remove technical barriers, expand your thinking beyond the single image, and open new possibilities for creative expression.

Click here for more information and to register.  If you can’t attend during that time, register and they will send you an email with a link for you to watch the session as soon as the recording is available!

How live sessions work:

Once you’ve registered, you’ll receive an email confirmation. The next steps are:

The Head On Photo Festival will send you an email with a hyperlink to join the session at least 24 hours before the class start time.

They will open the room 5 minutes before the scheduled start of the session.

You will be able to listen through your computer speakers and view the presenter(s) and their images on the screen.

You will be able to ask questions through the ‘live chat’ during the session. We will answer the questions towards the end.

Events and Workshops

Posted on 05-12-2020


  • By Chris Bower - 6:56 AM on May 12, 2020  

    I’ve been enjoying Julieanne’s postings on FB. Especially, what I consider to be natural abstractions, which is one of my favorite subjects.