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CASE Act-ion: Join the Fall 2020 Senate Clicks Campaign!

By Advocacy, CopyrightNo Comments
Image: September 15 Update: A final Senate vote on the CASE Act may be happening soon and we want to have a majority of Senators on board as co-sponsors when that vote hits the Senate floor. So, the Fall 2020 CASE Act-ion is to contact ALL Senators who are not currently co-sponsors and urge them to support the CASE Act today. And we make it very easy to do so with the ONE CLICK...
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CoStar Group Hiring 80 Architectural Photographers in US

By Member Opportunities, Strictly Business BlogNo Comments

The CoStar Group is hiring 80 architectural photographers across the United States. See the listings here: Hiring Architectural Photographers About CoStar Group Starting our fourth decade, CoStar Group has more than 80 offices in the United States, Canada and Europe. In 2017, CoStar was named to Fortune Magazine’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies, Forbes’ World’s Most Innovative Growth Company and Forbes’ Fast Tech 25.  

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The Light of Days Gone By – by Craig Varjabedian

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THE LIGHT OF DAYS GONE BY Photographs by Craig Varjabedian Essays by Cindy L. Lane and Myra Bullington NEW from Eloquent Light Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico Santa Fe, New Mexico: Award-winning photographer Craig Varjabedian’s new book The Light of Days Gone By was 45 years in the making. It celebrates with stunning imagery the journey of a photographer and the beautiful light he has witnessed and captured along the way. The Light of Days Gone By is a testament…

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A Great App for Sharing Your Camera Settings on Social Media

By Strictly Business Blog, TechnologyNo Comments

Cross-posted from Fstoppers [by Alex Ventura] Sharing your work on social media, you may come across a few people who ask “what are your camera settings for this shot” or something similar. There are even a few groups on Facebook that have this as a requirement to post your work. There are a few different ways you can do this, but here’s an app that makes it easy. First of all, I am in no…

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Register Now for ASMP October Workshops

By Strictly Business BlogNo Comments
In response to member demand, ASMP is bringing back the ASMP Workshop Series in October. If you want to hone your video production skills, develop a fine art career, produce a long term project, learn more about copyright and licensing, or establish your visual voice and define your audience, these workshops are for you. And we have a talented group of industry experts - Karen D'Silva, Lou Jones, Jennifer Kilberg, Lynn Kyle, Thomas Maddrey, David...
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Five Photographers Discuss Why Documenting the Black Lives Matter Protests is Important to Them

By Black Lives Matter Movement, Current NewsNo Comments

Cross-posted from Fstoppers [by Mike O’Leary] The Black Lives Matter movement is arguably one of the most significant political and social movements in US history. The photographers in this video sit down to share their thoughts on why photographing the BLM movement is important to them, personally, as well as for posterity. Coming from minority communities, each of these photographers are acutely aware of the importance of listening to what is being said before bringing…

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‘This photo series is in honor of my ancestors’

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Cross-posted from The Washington Post [by Kenneth Dickerman and Cornell Watson] North Carolina photographer Cornell Watson’s photo series “Behind the Mask” is not only a powerful collection of images and words, it is extraordinarily timely and relevant. It is a reminder, to me, that sometimes I just need to shut up and listen to voices that have long been undervalued and underrepresented. The events of this year have brought to the forefront the pain that…

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Ernst Haas – New York in Color, 1952-1962

By ASMP Bookshelf, ASMP LegendsNo Comments

Cross-posted from Prestel Publishing The first book on master photographer Ernst Haas’s work dedicated to both his classic and newly discovered New York City color photographs of the 1950s and 60s. Ernst Haas’s color works reveal the photographer’s remarkable genius and remind us on every page why we love New York. When Ernst Haas moved from Vienna to New York City in 1951, he left behind a war-torn continent and a career producing black-and-white images….

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Pioneering Underwater Photographer and ASMP Legend Jerry Greenberg Dies Peacefully at 92

By ASMP Legends, Current News, ObituariesNo Comments

Cross-posted from The Miami Herald Jerry Greenberg, pioneering underwater photographer, publisher, and staunch reef advocate, made his final descent on September 1, 2020 at the age of 92. A Florida resident since he was 16, he graduated from Beach High and UM. After serving in the Army, he pursued his passion for diving and innovating underwater camera housings. He met his perfect match in the Keys, marrying Idaz Zasloff in 1955. His successful freelance underwater…

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ASMP Launches Business + Legal Guide for COVID-19: A Protocol for Visual Creators

By COVID-19, Strictly Business Blog, Town Hall, WellnessNo Comments
The American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) is proud to announce the launch of ASMP’s Business + Legal Guide for COVID-19: A Protocol for Visual Creators. A companion to ASMP’s Health + Safety Guide for COVID-19 released last month, this set of documents, forms, and videos discusses how creators should approach the business and legal issues facing them during the pandemic. This Guide, authored by ASMP General Counsel Thomas Maddrey and his team of attorneys at...
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