ASMP COLORADO PRESENTS THE BUSINESS OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Saturday May 14, 2022
Wonderful Machine is teaming up with ASMP Colorado for a fun and informative virtual event covering the business of photography. You’ll learn about current trends in branding, marketing, social media, SEO, estimating, and shoot production from our photo editors, marketing specialists, and producers!
Registration gets you live access to the entire event, plus recordings of all the presentations.
Registration will end on Friday, May 13th at 5:00 PM.
AMSP members – $35.00
10:30-11:00 ET / 8:30-9:00 MT
As our viewers settle in, moderators Bill Cramer of Wonderful Machine and Rick Souders of Souders Studios share a few of the things they’ve learned in their combined 70 years in the photography business.
Building a Compelling Photography Website
11:00-12:00 ET / 9:00-10:00 MT
Join Senior Photo Editors Honore Brown and Deborah Dragon as they discuss what makes a great photographer’s website and share a few examples of successful sites. They’ll cover how to create a cohesive edit and how photographers can present their pictures effectively online to cater to their target audience.
Deborah Dragon: LinkedIn
Self-Published Photo Books
12:00-1:00 ET / 10:00-11:00 MT
We’ll learn how two photographers turned their self-assigned projects into self-published books – and the impact on their photography business. Joining us will be Jakarta-based Muhammad Fadli who will be talking about his book, The Banda Journal, and Tadd Myers from Grapevine, Texas who will be discussing his latest book, The Lobster Men of Little Cranberry Island. Wonderful Machine Creative Consultant and Daylight Books Cofounder
Creating Memorable Marketing Materials
1:00-2:00 ET / 11:00-12:00 MT
Senior Designer Lindsay Thompson provides us with a bird’s eye view of the many ways to share your photographs with prospective clients (including emailers, print promos, print portfolios, promotional gifts, PDF presentations, Adobe Express, stationery & business cards).
Email Marketing for Photographers
2:00-3:00 ET / 12:00-1:00 MT
Join Senior Project Manager Nicole Poulin as she breaks down how to identify your elevator pitch and target clients that match up with your goals (touching on client research, individual emails, email campaigns, and client meetings).
Nicole Poulin | LinkedIn
Expert Advice: The Best CRM Apps For Photographers
Expert Advice: Why Photographers Need A CRM
Expert Advice: Email Marketing For Photographers
Expert Advice: Client Types: Brands
Expert Advice: Prospect List Services
DemandScience: Which EU Countries accept B2B Emails post-GDPR?
Komyoon: Liz Miller-Gershfeld, V.P Exec. Art Producer, BBDO on How to Show Your Portfolio
Instagram & TikTok for Photographers
3:00-4:00 ET / 1:00-2:00 MT
Senior Marketing Specialist Marianne Lee moderates a conversation with two photographers who are producing content for (as well as promoting their business with) Instagram and TikTok. Joining us will be Woodbridge, Virginia-based photographer Taylor Brumfield and Philadelphia-based Andre Rucker. Taylor started her portraiture journey after joining a fashion magazine, she now specializes in commercial and beauty product photography. Andre spends his time taking inanimate objects and bringing them to life through photography, set design, and CGI.
Top 7 SEO Tips for Photographers!
4:00-5:00 ET / 2:00-3:00 MT
SEO Specialist Ashley Vaught shares his thoughts on best practices for attracting organic web searches. He’ll also show how to track and understand the traffic coming to your site.
Pricing & Negotiating Commercial Photography
5:00-6:00 ET / 3:00-4:00 MT
Executive Producer Craig Oppenheimer explains the basics of creative briefs, estimates, terms & conditions, treatments, and creative calls. He’ll also provide insight on how to negotiate effectively with clients.
The Photographer-Producer Relationship
6:00-7:00 ET / 4:00-5:00 MT
Senior Producer Bryan Sheffield will explain his process of producing a big-budget photoshoot including crew, talent, styling, and location needs, how to manage a budget, and put together a comprehensive production book. Bryan will be joined by New York-based photographer Emily Andrews to discuss a recent project they worked on together.
7:00-7:30 ET / 5:00-5:30 MT
Bill and Rick share highlights from the day’s events and open the discussion up for anyone who wants to jump in!
- Bring water or beverages to your workspace and stay hydrated.
- Have snacks or power bars nearby.
- Prepare a lunch so you can watch our programming and nourish.
- In case of illness or unforeseen speaker circumstance, we reserve the right to change.