Julieanne Kost

Julieanne Kost

Julieanne Kost is the Digital Imaging Evangelist at Adobe, founder of jkost.com, publisher of the Daily Photoshop and Lightroom Tip (blogs.adobe.com/jkost), host of “The Complete Picture” a bimonthly instructional training program featuring Lightroom

San Jose, California

Areas of Expertise:

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
  • speaking
Photoshop Hall of Fame member Julieanne Kost joined Adobe Systems in 1993 and currently serves as the Graphic Arts Evangelist, educating graphic designers, photographers, educators, and fine artists. She is a master of both Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator and has used them extensively in graphic design, print, and photography as well as cross-media for online and multimedia productions.

Julieanne is a passionate photographer. She has had several shows of her work, and many of her images have been published. She is a frequent lecturer and teaches courses in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator at prominent industry tradeshows, distinguished fine art and photography schools and workshops, and numerous trade conferences around the world.

Window Seat Window Seat
by Julieanne Kost
February 2006
Print: $39.99

"With her beautiful and inspiring Window Seat: The Art of Digital Photography and Creative Thinking, Julieanne Kost has created one of the very best books on the topic of the creative process of digital photography...Kost is not giving up a step-by-step, how-to guide of how to make her art. As with everything in the book, she is simply sharing her craft to inspire others to improve their own craft, regardless of the direction they may take. And reading Window Seat, it is hard not to be inspired."
--Ethan G. Salwen, The Picture Professional

"I think that Window Seat works on two levels. The first is that of a picture book; a coffee table book if you will, that provides wonderful inspiration when you need the motivation to get out and do something. Second, it gives you an insight to what some has done that is very different to 99 percent of everyone else. This to will force you to think about what you are doing and how you can perhaps do it differently."
--T. Michael Testi, Blogcritics Magazine