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Quick Reference: ASMP Town Hall & Webinar Video Archives

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In 2021, ASMP will continue to produce town halls and webinars to assist members in navigating the business and legal challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic. To make it easy for those who may miss any live events, or those who just want to rewatch recordings of events attended, ASMP has created this quick reference list of town halls and webinars. While some of town halls and webinars may be recorded for public access to...
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AMSP-Minneapolis/St. Paul Chapter: Work with Perspective – October 8, 2020 – Video

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Please join ASMP-MSP for an evening with three visual professionals in our community who are using their platforms to advocate, and contribute positively to our collective communities through photography and other channels. This will be a special creative event, a cultural exchange of ideas and vision, please bring your questions and your friends. The conversation was hosted by Mary Archambault. Mary is a photo assistant and photographer based in Minneapolis. She is co-chair for social…

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ASMP Canon Business Series: Licensing and Copyright – A Conversation – Video

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Wednesday September 30 Join ASMP Member and lifestyle photographer Inti St. Clair and ASMP General Counsel Thomas Maddrey for a conversation about licensing, copyright, and how to make sure you and your clients are on the same page about the future.  Drawing from her work with advertising clients such as Alaska Airlines, Google, T-Mobile and more, and editorial clients such as Conde Nast, Scholastic, and Modern Luxury among others, Inti will relate the strategies and...
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ASMP & NPPA Present: “The Movement – Photographs of the Racial Justice Protests for Black Lives” – Video

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Akili Ramsess, Executive Director of the National Press Photographers Association moderated an all black panel for ASMP & NPPA’s “The Movement: Photographs of the Racial Justice Protests for Black Lives.” Maia Booker (Senior Multimedia Editor at TIME) Marcia Allert (Director of Photography at The Dallas Morning News) and photographers Yoshi James, Tara Pixley, Michael Santiago and Malike Sidibe join her. This panel of thought leaders and frontline photographers brings their insight to the discussion about...
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ASMP Presents: “From Pre to Post – Crushing Deadlines and Growing Your Client Base with Faster Collaboration and GlobalEdit” – Video

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Learn how to turn in more work with the same-size team. GlobalEdit frees up time spent during pre-pro and post-production collaboration with collaborative tools, editing, markup, versioning, approval and library management all in a single cloud-based platform. Invest the time you save towards getting new clients, shooting more projects, and producing more content. We will show you the best photography workflow to organize and collaborate on your shoots from planning through delivery with an eye...
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ASMP Chicago/Midwest Webinar: “Repurposing Your Purpose with Martine Séverin” – Video

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In early February 2020, Martine Séverin led an ASMP workshop focused on visualizing and manifesting a career infused with one’s individual purpose⁠ — why we do what we do. Now, at a moment when those new year plans must adapt to new circumstances and a new way of operating in the world, Séverin returned to the topic in this interactive webinar. This time, instead of leading us through the process of developing a why, Séverin...
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ASMP Weekly Webinar: “Marketing and Mindfulness: Now More Than Ever” – Video

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Marketing and Mindfulness: two essential components of business success that are needed now more than ever. Getting the attention of potential clients has always been a challenge.  Today’s information-overloaded, short-attention-span economy – one that now also has an overlay of fear and anxiety due to the pandemic – makes it even harder, but also more important. Every so often, you realize you have to upgrade to your imaging software to continue to do what you do best....
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Wednesday Webinar: “Getting Back to Work – What Does That Mean And What Will It Take?” – Video

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ASMP presented a webinar with four photography professionals: “What we know about what it takes to work in a new and unfamiliar environment.” Topics that were addressed: The physical practicalities for large or small crews or no crew at all Safety protocol best practices for protecting yourself and those around you New legal issues: waivers, policies and procedures Insurance changes Communication challenges, both on-set and remote with clients New technologies for production Hair, makeup and...
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ASMP’s Wednesday Webinar: “Bob Krist on Creative & Professional Evolution” – Video

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Bob Krist and Tom Kennedy worked at the National Geographic together in the 1980s and '90s — Bob as a contributing editor/photographer at National Geographic Traveler magazine and Tom as Director of Photography. Watch the fascinating discussion about still photographers moving to motion, diversifying one’s skill set to include writing, teaching, etc. as a business strategy and the personal value of late-career philanthropic work.     Meet Our Guest Speaker Bob Krist Bob Krist is...
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ASMP Strictly Business Webinar: “Jenna Close on Strategic Pivots” – Video

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Former ASMP National Board Chair Jenna Close talked with Executive Director Tom Kennedy about the multiple ways she has advanced her career over the last decade, including a recent reinvention and expansion of her entire brand. She discussed the challenges and risks involved with making these changes and keeping current in a constantly changing industry, as well as the successes and failures she has experienced among the way.   Meet Our Guest Speaker Jenna Close…

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