AN update of Events for next week
Monday, May 15
Maximize Your Treatment Skills
These days, most advertising clients will ask you to submit a treatment before they'll award you a job. They will ask for this even if they've seen and love your work, and even if you did an amazing creative call. And they will likely give you only a few days to do it.
Tuesday, May 16th, the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law will hold a hearing at 10 am titled "Oversight of A.I.: Rules for Artificial Intelligence". More information can be found here: https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/committee-activity/hearings/oversight-of-ai-rules-for-artificial-intelligence
Tuesday, May 16
The Business of Photography
This talk will address how to approach some of the activities necessary to execute projects professionally and manage your photography business in an organized and successful way. Specific topics for this event will include Contracts, Copyright, Insurance, and Pricing
Wednesday, May 17
Washington DC- House IP Subcommittee hearing on A.I. will include Jeff Sedlik, representing APA and the voice for photographers. This will be live on c-Span.
Thursday, May 18
Matthew Jordan Smith -How to Define Your Photography Style
Are you struggling to define your own unique photography style? Do you want to learn from a true master of the craft? Then you won't want to miss this exclusive live APA event.
Sent: 05-04-2023 03:10 PM
From: APA Admin
Subject: APA Virtual Events for May 2023
If you have not yet signed up for a virtual event in May, you are not paying attention!
Here is a glance at some upcoming webinars:
Saturday - May 6, Beth Huerta is giving a deep dive on photo editing. This will help you look at your images with a fresh perspective and consider your layout and image selection. (this will not be available on Youtube )
Monday, May 8 –Whether as a mentor, mentee, or a supporter of the idea, join the APA Diversity Committee for our next episode of SCOPE as we do a deep dive to hear first-hand about Apostrophe's A.M.P. program designed to amplify the voices of emerging Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) photographers by teaching the business of photography.
Tuesday, May 9 – The Copyright Small Claims Board started last June. Designed to be an efficient and affordable way to pursue copyright infringement. Hear from some who have used it. Is it working as expected? When should you go to Federal Court instead? Attorney, Stephen Doniger leads the discussion.
Thursday, May 11 – Art Streiber will share tips on marketing during a limited Zoom meeting. This will not be recorded.
Monday, May 15 – Maximize Your Treatment Skills with Kristina Feliciano.
Tuesday, May 16 – Attract new clients and increase your income, with business skills presented by Joe Sinnott
Thursday, May 18 – Matthew Jordan Smith – How to define your photography style
Tuesday, May 23 – Making AI Personal – An inspirational look at the creative process with Dan Marcolina
Wednesday, May 24 – How to Structure Your Photo Business, a look at Quickbooks, Payroll tips on budgeting and more