Boston: ASMP New England presents John Huet: The Art of Sports Photography… And All of the Rest - Lecture
Join ASMP New England for an evening of incredible photography and information at the Griffin Museum of Photography as acclaimed photographer John Huet discusses his long and varied career.
Groups have formed in Tidewater and Richmond for monthly breakfast meetings to talk about work, build photo networks, meet some new friends, and have a good time getting together as creatives.
A rare first hand opportunity to be part of a studio audience, where Heather interviews some of the Bay Area’s most elite advertising agency and brand producers. Get the first hand scoop of how they hire, what type of work they are looking for, how the process works, and how you fit in!
In this session, Tom will tackle every question you have. He will talk about copyright, the best practices to protect your rights and how two huge Supreme Court cases that have been decided in the past two weeks have changed the landscape. He will talk about contracts and licensing agreements and describe what you need to know if you have a non-paying client or other dispute. And he will talk about ASMP, answering your questions and hearing your thoughts about the organization and how it can better help its members around the world.
APA Los Angeles is pleased to have another workshop with Patti Silverstein and Lisa Thackaberry. Their last event SOLD OUT and was so in depth it left the attendees wanting more. With the amount of one-on-one insight that is given this event will only allow for a maximum of 20 attendees.
This workshop is to help photographers prepare for upcoming portfolio reviews. It will begin with a general overview of the portfolio review process. Patti and Lisa will then divide the group into two smaller groups and lead each photographer through a group critique of their work. The goal is for photographers to get creative feedback as well as practice presenting and speaking about their work.
Come join your fellow photographers in the documentation of four geographical areas of Portland
We all procrastinate on at least some of these, so ASMP is going to lay it out for you and give you access to a roadmap for being a responsible professional! See below for our great line up on May 16th:
Ask questions about your business expenses and accounting!
401Ks, IRAs, what should I be contributing to for retirement savings and how much?
How much insurance do you need? What kind of insurance should you have? Ask all your insurance questions!
Get a better handle on understanding contracts and interpreting legalese.
5.14.19 - Topic: Staying Legal - Safely managing payroll
Second Experimental Tuesday is a monthly meet up for emerging and professional photographers to talk shop, stay motivated and share resources.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from a group of amazingly talented and successful women in professional photography.
The Palm Springs Photo Festival is where you can learn from celebrated master photographers, present your work to a remarkable faculty of industry influencers, attend important seminars, symposiums, evening presentations & enjoy networking events!
Want to learn from one of the best? On Saturday, April 27, Art Streiber, a Los Angeles-based freelance photographer/director specializing in portraiture, reportage, entertainment, and advertising photography, will be in Atlanta for "Career Management and Marketing" – a day-long masterclass for today's modern photographer.
oin Art Streiber and Michele Romero, Entertainment Weekly Photo Editor, as they discuss their professional collaboration that has produced more than a decade of EW covers and assignments.
Join us as photographer Ramon Purcell outlines how to pack your gear and survive air travel all while making your job deadlines.
This month, join ASMP Arizona/Phoenix and speaker Corey Boyette to take flight with drone photography! Corey is an experienced drone pilot with an FAA certification, and he’s sharing what he’s learned so you can get off the ground more quickly.
When was the last time you gave your portfolio a good long look? What about a ruthless edit? A portfolio has one purpose; to get you work. Every image that doesn’t show your vision dilutes it. Join APA SD and your industry peers for a lively discussion about what makes a portfolio great.
ASMP Baltimore and Dennis Drenner are joining forces and hosting a creative slideshow on Thursday, April 11th. Dennis has been keepting the salon/creative slideshow tradition alive in Baltimore for some time now. The event will be hosted by some fellow Baltimore photographers at their big beautiful studio in Woodberry.
oin us for a critical discussion with photographer Jon Henry and writer Antwaun Sargent about the effects of police brutality on black American families and communities. The conversation will center on Jon Henry’s recent photographic series, Stranger Fruit.
Join ASMP Atlanta/SE on Tuesday, 9 April, at the Downwind Restaurant for an evening of fellowship. We seldom gather together just to shoot the breeze and tell stories about our successes, and failures, in this profession called “commercial photography.”
Join ASMP NC for a day of creative business for photographers. We’ll spend the morning with portrait photographer and National Board Chair, Luke Copping. He’ll share his own pricing structure and challenge you to put together estimates with some real world assignments. You’ll work with a team focusing on value and sharing strategy.
APA SF Tenth Annual Photographer Members Only Portfolio Review. Meet potential new clients; show them your finest work and receive valuable feedback about your book.
Now in the third installation of this series 'An Evening With', we are bringing on another heavy hitter in the industry. The first event showcased the dynamic duo, Michele Romero and Art Streiber, then Frank Ockenfels 3 and Carol LeFlufy shared their journey through 30 years of working together and now March 20 APA Los Angeles and Space For Arts present An Evening With Miranda Penn Turin.
We’ve come to recognize the inarguable benefits of reflecting on the work of others, conversing with fellow photographers, and taking a much needed break from our digital darkrooms. Over the course of March, ASMPNY will be hosting two rounds of “ASMPNY On The Town” – gallery walks to photographic exhibitions happening in the same area at the same time.
Join APA SD for a behind the scenes experience including a talk and slide presentation with Art Streiber and Michele Romero. The two will share their creative working process that helps them achieve dynamic images, discuss their past decade of collaboration and take attendees behind the scenes on a few of their recent shoots from concept, production, to execution.