ONLINE-Photovisions: Refining Your Project for Exhibit/Publication


  • $125.00  -  Member
  • $150.00  -  Non-Member


Online-Six Thursdays, beginning April 16
from 6-8pm


This class meets online on Zoom beginning Thursday, April 16 at 6pm.

This class offers participants the opportunity to take a personal photo project to the next level. Through weekly slideshows, critiques and discussions, students will navigate the process of taking a visual concept or story to fulfillment with a focus on idea development, technical competence, sequencing and impact. Students will finish the class with a presentation of their project ready for an exhibition, publication or slide show.

Students should have a body of work they're interested in developing/ refining. Access to a DSLR or high quality phone camera and computer will be required.

You will need to be sure the Zoom app is installed on your device. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a secure link to join the class.

You will be able to login 15 minutes before the class start time. We recommend logging in before the class starts to make sure you are settled in and ready to go when the class is set to begin.

If you are new to Zoom, please note that we will not be able to help with the app. It is strongly recommended that you navigate Zoom on your own before the class starts to get to know the mute and video settings. Try it out by talking with a friend or family member who has the Zoom app.

Julia Cumes is a South African-born photographer based on Cape Cod. She's passionate about story telling and capturing real moments of human connection and intimacy. Over the course of her career, she has photographed for a variety of magazines, newspapers, humanitarian and wildlife rescue organizations, businesses and private clients. Her work has appeared in publications such as the New York Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune and the London Times as well as a variety of local publications. She has also worked on numerous long term personal projects and her work has been widely exhibited on Cape Cod and elsewhere.


To see Julia’s work, please visit

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