ASMP DC Member Exhibition FotoWeekDC will highlight the wide range of commercial photography talents of the ASMP DC members. The images displayed show examples of commercial, editorial, event/PR, travel, portraiture, and more.
The American Society of Media Photographers is the premier trade association for the world’s most respected photographers. The ASMP is the leader in promoting photographers’ rights, providing education in better business practices, producing business publications for photographers, and helping to connect clients with professional photographers. The ASMP, founded in 1944, has nearly 7,000 members and 39 chapters.
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November 12 – 20, 2016
November 15, 2016
6:30pm-8:30pm Cash Bar
FotoWeek Central – National Geographic Museum
National Geographic Society
1600 M St NW
Washington, DC 20036
Free – Please RSVP
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* A thorough overview of the new publishing and advertising landscape with an emphasis on channels opening up on mobile devices.
* Insight into new business models and business opportunities along with the tools for evaluating what’s right for you and your clients.
* A new perspective on how valuable your skills as a photographer and visual communicator are in this new landscape.
* Real-world examples of how photographers today are building profitable, sustainable businesses by strategically pairing their strengths with client’s needs.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Doors open half an hour earlier.
MICA – Maryland Institute College of Art, Main Building Room 110, 1300 W. Mt. Royal Ave.
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The Future of Licensing
* Fred Haber, Copyright Clearance Center
* Eugene Mopsik, American Society of Media Photographers
* Henry Oh, digital content distribution entrepreneur
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
1:00 – 2:30 pm, eastern
In a world where visual content can be infinitely repurposed, reused and reproduced with no loss of quality and minimal expense, the role of copyright and licensing grows increasingly unclear.
Join ASMP for a lively discussion of copyright and licensing in the digital age.
Live attendance is limited but all registrants will receive a free recording after the event.
SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS & REGISTER TODAY!
Presented as part of:
The Future of Art & Commerce:
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ASMP’s Susan Carr and Blake Discher are coming to Richmond –
Four hours packed with information that will improve your business — Susan presents “What do I Charge?” and
Blake presents “I Stink at Negotiating.”
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Social time starts at 8:30 AM
The Crittenden Gallery, The Corrugated Box Building, 201 W. 7th St. Richmond, VA
What Do I Charge?
Susan Carr presents a candid discussion on licensing and pricing your work.
* What you need to know about copyright.
* A real world look at how to license photography.
* Why are copyright, licensing and pricing connected?
* Pricing models.
* Learn the steps to determining what to charge.
* Selling your price.
I Stink At Negotiating
Join Blake Discher for his highly acclaimed “Strictly Business 2” lecture on how to win jobs.
* Learn how to prepare for a negotiation.
* Researching the client.
* Increasing your clout.
* Listening skills.
* When is it time to walk away?
* The follow-up is critical.