The following programs are currently available. Unless named specifically, the speaker is from the ASMP pool of qualified speakers.
Breaking Into the Biz
Sure you want to be a professional photographer and you’ve got talent, drive and ambition — but where do you start? Join veteran photographer Judy Herrmann for an informative and entertaining program that provides a wealth of resources and real world tactics that will help you hit the ground running. To schedule, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Business of Video
Motion imagery has a multitude of highly unique business aspects. If not handled properly in the beginning of the project, it can cost you both financially and creatively. Gail Mooney has been shooting motion and stills for over ten years and passionately shares how to navigate the waters on the business side of estimating and producing a motion project. To schedule, contact email@example.com.
Every image creator needs a thorough understanding of copyright. Learn how the ownership of the copyrighted work affects your client. To schedule, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether working in still, motion, CGI, rich media or a combination, you should be registering your work to protect your business and your clients. To schedule, contact email@example.com.
Digital Best Practices
ASMP’s dpBestflow site brings you digital best practices and workflow — an ASMP initiative funded by the Library of Congress. This in-person event will introduce you to this incredible resource, open freely to the public. To schedule, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pricing and Licensing Basics
Do not price or license any of your creations without properly understanding copyright’s role in the work you create. Who is the intellectual property owner? Does this affect your price or what you can do with the work? To schedule, contact email@example.com.
Releases, Trademarks and Privacy Rights
When do you need a release? What is the difference between editorial and commercial work when it comes to releases, trademarks and privacy rights? Can all released work be licensed for any use? How do I determine what to do when? To schedule, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
dpBestflow (Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow)
This online resource is widely used by a number of prominent institutions. The site will take you from digital capture in still or motion to proper output, based on the needs of your client. Primary authors and managers are Richard Anderson and Peter Krogh.