Join the ASMP NEW ENGLAND and CONNECTICUT chapters as we host Barry Schwartz presenting his webinar on Photography Contracts. As part of Barry's What It Takes workshop, this webinar will cover the following topics: Break down basic contract terminology Describe how to adjust for specialities Discuss the importance of Terms & Conditions Best practices for layout and design for clarity Talk about how to use contracts as negotiating tools Try to reduce anxiety about legal language (easier than it seems!) Participants…Find out more »
Looking to the Future: Brand Narrative: What is it and how can you use it to maximize your portfolio?
Sponsors Space for Arts and Canon along with ASMPNE and ASMPCT are proud to present Brand Narrative which is the second online program for ASMP’s 75th Anniversary celebration Looking to the Future. If you haven’t already noticed, the days of the hero image are over. Thanks to the constant evolution of social media in our daily lives, the advertising industry has changed significantly over the last few years and content has become king. Brands are now belief systems. As creatives who are experiencing this increasing demand…Find out more »
Sponsors Space for Arts and Canon along with ASMPNE and ASMPCT are proud to present Pricing for Photographers which is the third online program for ASMP's 75th Anniversary celebration Looking to the Future. Rosh Sillars shares insight about how to price photography in 2020. With so many photographers competing for work today, Rosh now declares the end of photography competition and why it’s important to understand this concept for the good of your photography business. In his presentation Rosh shows…Find out more »
The Life and Legacy of Photographer Ted Polumbaum Join Ted’s daughter, Judy, and photographer Lou Jones for a conversation – with pictures! – about the remarkable life and important work of an ASMP stalwart who was both of and ahead of his times. Ted Polumbaum (1924-2001), a Boston-based freelancer for LIFE magazine and many other publications, joined ASMP in 1958 (when M still stood for Magazine). A staunch advocate for creative rights and fair compensation (although a soft touch for…Find out more »
ASMP’s New England, New York and Connecticut chapters and the Griffin Museum of Photography are proud to host photographer Wendy Ewald for an online program. Wendy has had a long and relatively unconventional photography career. Her photography is not done for a client or even necessarily for herself. Her projects are typically community based and collaborative. She, along with her subjects, document the unseen and emotional which forges deep understanding for them and viewers. Often Wendy’s subjects write on or…Find out more »
ASMP New England - Behind the Lens 2022 ASMP New England is excited to announce our 5th “Behind the Lens” program. Professional photographers Fred Levy, Ken Richardson and Steph Larsen with Melissa Cronin from Greener Concepts will take attendees through the details of one of their recent shoots. Final photographs from each project will be displayed along with behind-the-scenes images, lighting setups, and documents, such as client correspondence, estimates, invoices, and more. As much about business and marketing, as the…Find out more »