Julieanne's casual teaching style lends itself very well to well to groups ranging in experience levels. Indeed, there were many who attended who didn't know tools like Lightroom CC Mobile existed. And even if they knew about the app, many did not realize how powerful an app it is, or its part in a full 360-degree photographic workflow.
By the end of the workshops, this group had learned.
From her keynote address to the engaging lectures and workshops, Julieanne covered a lot of ground. Showcasing her work as a "lens-based artist" (I am definitely stealing that description for my own use) in her keynote address, she shared he process for creating diptychs and composites, and how the texts from books and poems inspired her work.
The daytime lectures and workshops covered the gamut: Lightroom CC Mobile, Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC, Photoshop, Adobe Spark, Adobe Capture, Behance and Adobe Portfolio, visual storytelling, pre-visualization, post-processing, and the importance of creating personal projects - and seeing them through to the end.
Out of the approximately 400 people who attended various sessions throughout the week, I don't think anyone left without learning something new - if not many new things.