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Legal Talk with Nathan Hoerschelmann: Legacy Series: Protecting Your Work After You Pass
As part of our ASMP Legal Talk Legacy Series, an important consideration for photographers is what will happen to their work after they pass. Basic estate planning, including protecting your legacy by way of trust, distribution to heirs or giving to another designees is discussed in this podcast.
ASMP Talk with Scott Burkholder: My Skill is Super Valuable, Why Isn’t it Selling (for Real Money)?
You have something of incredible value! If you are like many creatives, much of your value might be sitting on your studio floor or ready to be deployed by you at any time. And if you are like many talented folks, you might find yourself inundated with solicitations for your work but at the wrong price point. What’s the problem?
Our webinar looks at a tool to help you understand your business, and explore a framework to consider the process of identifying, connecting and building relationships with the people you want to transact with in your business.
ASMP Oregon Takes A Stand Against Sexual Harassment & Violence in the Creative Industry
Sexual harassment and the abuse of power is both a moral and civil rights violation in the work place, and it‘s often overlooked every day. Recent events and the #MeToo movement have opened up the conversation on social media and created awareness to a broader audience. Consequently, this heightened awareness could potentially generate impactful social change in regards to this important, highly charged issue.
As a result of many conversations within our own community, ASMP produced a panel discussion dealing with these issues.
TECH TALK with Thomas Maddrey & Ford Harmon: Blockchain
ASMP counsel Thomas Maddrey and Ford Harmon of Maddrey PLLC will begin with a brief introduction into the basic aspects of blockchain technology. They will then discuss why photography has been an area where there has been a fair amount of blockchain-related development.
LEGAL TALK with Thomas Maddrey: Works for Hire
ASMP counsel, Thomas Maddrey, will discuss the legal parameters of works for hire. Q&A follows presentation.
LEGAL TALK with Thomas Maddrey: What Type of Business Should I Form? :: An Introduction to Entity Formation for Photographers
In this webinar, attorney and ASMP General Counsel Thomas Maddrey will compare and contrast all the different forms your business might take. From Sole Proprietorships all the way to LLC’s and C Corporations, Thomas will help you determine which business entity fits your situation.
LEGAL TALK with ASMP Counsel and Dallas Attorney, Tom Maddrey of Maddrey PLLC and Gayla McGinnis, President of Dallas Tax Solutions: Understanding New Tax Law
Join ASMP Counsel and Dallas Attorney, Tom Maddrey of Maddrey PLLC and Gayla McGinnis, President of Dallas Tax Solutions, as they discuss the new tax law and how the changes in the law may impact you as a photographer and a small business owner.
ASMP TALK with Jeff Sedlik: Understanding the New Regulations for Group Registration of Photographs
With new copyright regulations being put in place on February 20th that revise the rules and requirements for group registration of photographs, Jeff Sedlik discusses What changes; What one needs to comply with the new regulations; and How one can maximize one’s protection under the new regulations. Following the presentation about the new regulations, there is a Q&A with attendees, so view this webinar to learn more about the new regulations, and how the new rules may impact you.
LEGAL TALK with Nathan Hoerschelmann: Ownership of Your Work Once it Gets to the Web
Join Attorney Nathan Hoerschelmann for an examination of the challenges to controlling your own images as it relates to the web and fair use.
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ASMP TALK with Carolyn Potts: How to Create A Portfolio Presentation That Works
Whether you’re “performing” at a portfolio review event (those 20-minute sessions at events with multiple reviewers) – or you’re showing your book to someone when you’re being considered for a specific project – there are ways to optimize your meeting that could help you eventually land that dream assignment. This webinar will give you 5 tips (probably more!!) on ways to improve your odds of getting some serious attention, be more memorable, and maybe even score that gig.
TECH TALK: Tagging with Henrik de Gyor and David Riecks
Henrik and David answer questions and many more audience questions during the Ask US Anything about Tagging Webinar. Learn more about tagging to protect and promote your digital assets.
LEGAL TALK: Non-paying Clients and How to Protect Yourself Before and After with Attorney Nathan Hoerschelmann
While a lot of you may be a photographer because you love photography, you also work to make a living. Little is as frustrating or disruptive to a photography business like a non-paying client. Attorney Nathan Hoerschelmann provides tools and tips for ensuring payment both prior to and following completion of a project. Following the presentation, Nathan opens up the discussion for Q&A.
TECH TALK: Digitizing Photo Archives with Peter Krogh
It’s now possible to digitize photo archives with a digital camera, dramatically reducing cost and increasing the speed of the scanning process. Photographers with film archives can now digitize their collections on a scale that was impossible using traditional scanners, or even scanning services. In addition to scanning your own collection, photographers can help clients scan their archives, creating new revenue streams.
Photographer, writer, filmmaker, publisher, and consultant, Peter Krogh discusses digitizing photo archives in this TECH TALK. Following the presentation, Peter opens up the discussion to include a Q&A with webinar attendees.
TECH TALK: Keywording Alternatives for Photography with Henrik de Gyor
Whether we look through our office or on a website, metadata is considered a need in order to find digital photographs in a timely manner today. Henrik looks at the challenges photographers face with adding metadata to digital photographs in order to make these more searchable and sellable today. He will also look at some alternatives by comparing human-generated keywording services and machine-generated image recognition available today.
TECH TALK: Promoting Your Work on Instagram
ASMP Executive Director, Tom Kennedy, introduces ASMP Pros – Mark Meyer, Alaska Chapter President, and Hannele Lahti former Washington DC Chapter President for a discussion about how they are currently leveraging Instagram to promote their work. Learn more about promoting your work on Instagram.
TECH TALK: Rights Management with Henrik de Gyor
Consultant, podcaster, and writer, Henrik de Gyor addresses Rights Management. Diving into the world of Rights Management, Henrik discusses the standards, services, and technologies that can help enforce, track, monitor, and monetize rights for many creative and media professionals. The Tech Talk discussion looks well beyond copyright and Digital Rights Management (DRM), and Henrik opens up the discussion to include a Q&A with webinar attendees.
LEGAL TALK: Contracts with Nathan Hoerschelmann
ASMP Executive Director, Tom Kennedy, and ASMP Legal Advisor and Seattle Attorney, Nathan Hoerschelmann, discuss the various elements of a contract that photographers are presented with on a daily basis when negotiating agreements with clients or other parties in the freelance forums of the still and motion industries. Learn how to recognize the difference between a good and a bad contract.
ASMP TALK: Freelancing with Todd Bigelow
In the 90 minute webinar, ASMP Executive Director, Tom Kennedy, interviews LA-based freelance photographer, Todd Bigelow, about the many issues – building a portfolio, making client connections, licensing, protecting your works – facing freelance photographers in today’s fast-paced, tumultuous times. Following the one-on-one interview, Tom opens up the discussion with Todd to include a Q&A with webinar attendees.
LEGAL TALK: Works for Hire with Thomas Maddrey
Photographer and Dallas attorney, Thomas Maddrey, will address “Copyright and Works for Hire” in this Strictly Business webinar. Mr. Maddrey will discuss issues related to copyright and works for hire, followed by a Q&A with webinar attendees. Members are invited to submit topic-related questions prior to the webinar, so that Mr. Maddrey can address issues of concern to ASMP members during the presentation. Pre-webinar questions can be submitted to email@example.com. Read Mr. Maddrey’s recent Strictly Business blog on Works for Hire.
TECH TALK: Drones with Sally French, The Drone Girl
Named one of Fortune Magazine’s Most Influential Women in Drones, Sally French discusses how photographers and filmmakers can incorporate drones into their work, explains the legal landscape of drones and how photographers, what qualities to look for when purchasing a drone, and important safety features.
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Business as unUsual
This webinar series focuses on the business side of the photo business. From marketing and sales to pricing and negotiating, we provide the experts, you provide the questions. Members and non-Members can register for live webinars and get online access to recorded webinars.
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