New Sponsor…

ASMP Atlanta/SE is pleased to announce that Aperturent is now a chapter sponsor.  With multiple locations across the country, this quickly growing company caters to the needs of both photographers and videographers.  Be it something exotic or simple, they probably have what you need.  Check out their website, and please use them for your next…

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Continuing Royalties…

There is a move afoot in the US Congress to pass legislation that would allow artists to collect royalties on the resale of their work, much like happens in 70 other countries.  If you are a fine artist, I urge you to read this article, which has Atlanta ties, and support the legislation in Congress.

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Leadership Change…

With the advent of the New Year, ASMP Atlanta/SE would like to announce that John Slemp has agreed to take on the role of Chapter President.  John is an aviation photographer in Atlanta, and has served as Chapter Treasurer and President in the distant past, and for five years served on the ASMP National Board.…

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Improving Your Insurance Coverage…

As some of you may know, Howard Burkholz is a long-time ASMP supporter and approved vendor.  Additionally, his company is an advertiser on the local ASMP Atlanta/SE website.  He has created an educational video which outlines some of the hazards that businesses like ours may be subject to, and how to protect yourself against them.…

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Educational Insurance Video…

As some of you may know, Howard Burkholz is an All State agent, and long-time affiliate of ASMP.  They are also advertisers on the chapter website.  Howard recently posted a Youtube video that discusses insurance coverage for your photography business, and details some of the hazards businesses like ours may encounter.  It’s well worth viewing.…

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Drone Operator Sentenced…

The Cost of Carelessness: Operator Sentenced in Space Needle Incident Posted By: Miriam McNabbMay 24, 2018 By Wknight94 [GFDL  or CC BY-SA 3.0 ] Seattle’s Space Needle seems to attract drones, and it seems that officials have decided enough is enough.  Seattle lawmakers pushed for drone regulations back in 2014 when a drone video of…

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