With technology rapidly outpacing the legal protections provided by copyright law, how do professional photographers find the right balance between publicizing their work, protecting their rights and receiving fair compensation? In this critically important seminar, ASMP past president Richard Dale Kelly describes the state of copyright, addresses where copyright law is going and provides an analysis of the tools being developed to manage the digital distribution of creative works.
You’ll leave with an invaluable framework that will help you protect your images and effectively navigate:
- social media
- digital publishing
- terms of service
- work made for hire
- fair use
- and more!
Richard D. Kelly is a Pittsburgh-based corporate and industrial photographer who creates environmental portraits of real people in real places with real passions. His portraits have been published in Fortune, People, Adweek, USA Weekend and other magazines, and his photo essays have appeared in Parenting andPittsburgh magazines. In addition, his images have been exhibited at Concept Art Gallery, the Nikon House, the United Nations and the Silver Eye Center for Photography.
Formerly the Director of Photography at WQED Multimedia, Richard is now the president of Indigo Factory, Inc, a multimedia production company. He is also a past president of ASMP and currently serves as member of the ASMP board of directors. He lives with his wife Jennifer Pesci-Kelly and daughter Grace Ann on Pittsburgh’s Southside.
- $0.00—ASMP Leader
- $25.00—ASMP Member
- $40.00—Professional Association member
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
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Other Registration Options
Besides registering via our website, you can register by calling ASMP at 215.451.2767. Business hours are 9-5 Eastern time. Attendance may be limited, so please register early.