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Shoot the Breeze
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Shoot the Breeze
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Chapter Event

Presented by ASMP Arizona Phoenix

Parkwood Studios
2212 E McDowell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85006
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Thursday, September 21, 2017
Social Hour: 6:30PM
Program: 7:00PM to 8:30PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member Free
Non-Member $10
Student with valid ID Free

Summer's wrapping up, so it's time to get together and share some images! Join ASMP AZ/PHX this month for a Shoot the Breeze social event. Bring a friend! Bring several friends! Make new friends at the event! We want to see what you've been working on in a relaxed, social environment!

We all want to see what you've been working on! New work, personal work, client work, charity work, alternative work, video, Instagram shots... whatever you're proud of, show off your digital files on our gorgeous monitors or bring some prints.

DIGITAL FILE SPECS

  • Size: Big enough, but not too big. (At least 1440 px wide)
  • Color space: sRGB
  • File type: High-quality JPEG, about 1-3MB
  • Naming: 'Your Name 1', 'Your Name 2', etc
  • Quantity of files: Up to 5 (non-members), Up to 10 (members)

PORTFOLIO REVIEWS

    Emerging photographers, assistants, students - we'd love to see what you shoot! If you've been looking for an opportunity to show your work to established photographers, this is your chance. We'll have an area set aside to allow you to spend some time in an informal review. We suggest that you only bring your best work and keep your book concise, please. Please let us know that you're coming so that we can plan accordingly.

YOUR BEST SUMMER SHOT

    In addition to our traditional image sharing session, we're adding a little extra twist: Think Tank Photo, one of our chapter sponsors, has provided a brand new Think Tank camera bag which we'll be awarding to one lucky photographer for your best summer shot. Whether it's something you shot this summer or an image that screams summer, bring your single best summer shot for a chance to win!

Limited Seating - Register Today!

 
Price
FREE
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ASMP Happy Hour // Frazier's
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ASMP Happy Hour // Frazier's
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Chapter Event

Presented by ASMP Baltimore

Frazier's on The Avenue
919 W 36th St
Baltimore, MD 21211
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Thursday, September 28, 2017
Program: 5:00PM to 7:00PM

Pricing:
General Admission Free

Join us for our second quarterly Happy Hour at a Hampden landmark, Frazier's. Everyone is welcome and members are encouraged to bring their friends. First drink is on the house for you and your friend if they sign up that night!

 
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FREE
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Assistants  Workshop 101 // An Introduction to Assisting // TWO DAY EVENT
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Assistants Workshop 101 // An Introduction to Assisting // TWO DAY EVENT
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Presented by ASMP Baltimore

Join ASMP for a two day exploration of the basics of photo assisting. Featuring panel discussions with industry leaders & hands on demos with pro-assistants & photographers. We will tackle the basics to get you started, how to break into the industry and answer your questions.

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Day 1

    When:
    Friday, October 6, 2017
    Program: 6:00PM to 10:00PM

    Where:
    MICA Main Building Room M110
    1300 Mt Royal Dr
    Baltimore, MD 21217
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    Registration:
    ASMP Member Free
    Non-Member Free

Free to all! Day one will feature a panel discussion with professional assistants and photographers covering what it takes to be a successful assistant. The evening will start off with a meet & greet, followed by panel discussion, and Q&A, hosted by WYPR's Aaron Henkin and end with more hang-outs. Meet fellow local photographers, assistants, and future friends! Also, we're raffling off some cool assistant gear, courtesy of Service Photo Supply. You don't wanna miss that.

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Day 2

    When:
    Friday, October 7, 2017
    Program: 10:00AM to 4:00PM

    Where:
    3500 Parkdale Ave, Suite 13
    Baltimore, MD 21211
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    Registration:
    ASMP Member $25
    Non-Member $75
    Chapter Leader Free

Day two is gonna to be a blast!! This hands-on intensive workshop will introduce you to basic skills needed to be an assistant. Learn how to fly a scrim, what the hell gaff tape is, assemble a softbox, and work with lighting gear alongside professional assistants and photographers on real sets!

Additional Details

  • Lunch will be provided. Dress comfortably.
  • STUDENTS: Become A Student Associate member ($45/Year) and save $5!
  • Park on the street or in lot next to the building.
    (Enter by way of double blue doors under the sign "Building One".)
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Don't miss out on this super fun assisting workshop!

Space is limited for both days, REGISTER NOW!

 
Price
$0.00—$75.00
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Portfolio Reviews, Oct. 10, 2017
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Portfolio Reviews, Oct. 10, 2017
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Chapter Event

Presented by ASMP Oregon

Polara Studio
614 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
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Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Social Hour: 6:30PM
Program: 7:00PM to 9:30PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP and OPPA Members - Panel Review Only $10
ASMP and OPPA Members - Panel and Private Review $20

Non Member - Panel Review Only $15
Non Member - Panel and Private Review $35

Student - Panel Review Only $10
Student - Panel and Private Review $20

Chapter Event

ASMP Oregon is bringing together a PANEL OF CREATIVE EXPERTS for Portfolio Reviews on October 10th, 2017, to help you gain a competitive edge when presenting your work.

  • Learn how to design a more powerful portfolio presentation.
  • Fine tune your work for buyers and creatives across multiple markets.
  • Gain an extra advantage in an ever-changing photography market.

REVEIWERS WILL INCLUDE Creative Directors, Art Directors, Producers, and Photo Agents. Names will be announced shortly.

2 PART REVIEW FORMAT Includes:

  • Live panel review for all participants.
  • Private portfolio reviews for those who sign up for additional time.
    Reviewers will be announced soon to sign up for the reviewer of your choice.

TWO Part Review to show your work:
If you are an image maker we have two opportunities to share your portfolio work at this event!

1 - LIVE PANEL REVIEW for all participants: Submit 3 images to be displayed on a large screen for all panelists to review the work and provide feedback during a live panel discussion. Submission guidelines are below and images must be received by asmp.events@gmail.com on or before October 7th, 2017.

2 - PRIVATE PORTFOLIO REVIEW: Bring your portfolio to the event. You will be able to register in advance to have your choice of panelists review your portfolio in a 15-minute private consultation. Register before October 7th and we?ll confirm your reviewer. Specific time slots will be posted when you arrive.

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Submission Guidelines for Live Panel Review

SUBMIT 3 IMAGES (with credit line or anonymous) to asmp.events@gmail.com NO LATER than OCT 8th. Images will be displayed on a large screen and panelists will review and provide feedback during a live discussion.

FORMAT MUST BE as follows:

  1. Jpeg files, 1600 pixels on the long side.
  2. File Name image files as follows: LastName_FirstName_FileNumber (example: Doe_John_01)
  3. INCLUDE LOGO on bottom right of image, unless you wish to remain anonymous.

Please submit only your copyright-owned images. Be sure the images you are submitting are of your highest quality. Tasteful nudity is OK; pornography is not. By submitting your images you authorize ASMP to display and review as the panel sees fit on October 20, 2016. ASMP cannot guarantee that all images submitted will be displayed for review. ASMP reserves the right to reject images for any reason. After the event, your slides will be deleted.

Limited Seating - Register Today!

 
Price
$10.00—$35.00
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Artist Talk - Lauren Greenfield: GENERATION WEALTH
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Artist Talk - Lauren Greenfield: GENERATION WEALTH
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Chapter Event

Presented by ASMP New England

Location:
Carpenter Center
Harvard University
24 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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Schedule:
Wednesday, October 11, 2017

  • 6:45 PM: Doors open
  • 7:00-8:00 PM: Program
  • 8:00-8:20 PM: Q&A
  • 8:30-9:00 PM: Book signing

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member Free
Student with valid ID Free
Non-Member Free
Partner (AIGA, ASPP, Griffin, NPPA, PPA, PRC)

Mark your calendars! Lauren Greenfield is coming to speak about her latest project, Generation Wealth. Since the 1990s Greenfield has been documenting the "influence of affluence" and how the American Dream evolved from "Keeping up with the Jones' to Keeping up with the Kardashians".

Colorful, sad, humorous, and outrageous, her photographs give us access to pivotal moments which led to a culture that highly values the currencies of beauty, youth, fame, and celebrity. Greenfield draws insights from her related photo series and films (THIN, Girl Culture, kids+money, The Queen of Versailles), and makes comparisons to lifestyles around the world.

Don't let FOMO set in. Register Today!

Bonus! Lauren Greenfield will be signing books after her talk. So bring yours or purchase one there!

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ABOUT LAUREN GREENFIELD

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Emmy-award-winning photographer/filmmaker, Lauren Greenfield, is a preeminent chronicler of youth culture, gender, and consumerism for her monographs (Girl Culture, Fast Forward, THIN, Generation Wealth), and documentaries (THIN, kids+money, Queen of Versailles, Generation Wealth). The Queen of Versailles won her the Best Documentary Director Award at the Sundance Film Festival 2012. Her viral ad #LikeAGirl swept commercial awards, including 14 Cannes Lions 2015, was named 3rd Best Ad of the Decade, and earned Greenfield the #1 director/Most Awarded Director by AdAge, the first woman to ever top this list.

Her latest work, Generation Wealth, was released as a 505-page monograph (Phaidon) and as a museum exhibition in mid-2017. The exhibition originated at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles with the full support of Wallis Annenberg. Generation Wealth opens at the ICP Museum on September 20th, 2017 and will run through January 7th, 2018, after which it will travel to numerous museums in Europe (Oslo, The Hague and Copenhagen).

For more information, please visit www.generation-wealth.com and www.laurengreenfield.com

 
Price
FREE
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ASMP Baltimore Field Trip // Service Photo
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ASMP Baltimore Field Trip // Service Photo
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Chapter Event

Presented by ASMP Baltimore

Service Photo
3838 Falls Road
Baltimore, MD 21211
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Thursday, October 19, 2017
Social Hour: 6:00PM
Program: 6:30PM to 8:30PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member Free
Non-Member Free

Join us for our third Field Trip to Service Photo. Chances are, most of us have been to Service Photo at least once, but you'll get the chance to hear owner Burke Seim tell the story of WHY Service is the last camera shop standing in the area.

Of course, we'll have drinks and snacks. ...and there might be a give-away or two. This will also be an invaluable chance to get to know the people who keep us stocked with gear. They're not that ponytailed yahoo from Wolf Camera who tried selling you that pink Pentax K-R.

 
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FREE
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Photojournalist Colin Finlay at Antonelli Institute
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Photojournalist Colin Finlay at Antonelli Institute
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Presented by ASMP Philadelphia

Antonelli Institute Atrium
300 Montgomery Avenue Erdenheim
Erdenheim, PA 19038
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Friday, October 20, 2017
Social Hour: 1:00PM
Program: 1:00PM to 3:00PM

Pre-registration:
ASMP Member $25
Non-Member $45
Student with valid ID $5
Partners Free

At the door:
ASMP Member $30
Non-Member $50
Student with valid ID $10

Colin Finlay has been awarded the prestigious Picture of the Year International (POYi) honor six times. For almost twenty five years, Finlay has documented the human condition with compassion, empathy and dignity. He has covered war and conflict, disappearing traditions, the environment in both its glory and its devastation, genocide, famine, religious pilgrimage and global cultures. In pursuit of his passion, he has circled the globe twenty-seven times, in search of that one photo that will be a testament to the depth of human will and compassion, of hope and of an informed collective consciousness.

His work has been honored by prestigious organizations such as the Lucie Award/IPA, POYi (Picture of the Year International), New York Art Directors, Photo District News (PDN), Applied Arts, International Center for Photography, and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. His photographs have been featured in Vanity Fair, TIME, U.S. News and World Report, American Photo, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Asia Week, World Health Organization, UNICEF, Photographic Magazine, Communication Arts and Discovery.

Finlay's first book, "The Unheard Voice, Portraits of Childhood", was published in 1996. It is a black and white collection of images of children caught in the midst of conflict. Testify, published in 2006, is a body of work which comprises seventeen years of his photojournalism work from around the globe, which won 1st place "Book of the Year" from POYi. "Darfur: Twenty Years of War and Genocide in Sudan", was published in July 2007 by powerHouse. Co-produced with Proof and Amnesty International, this book brings to light the history of war by eight world-renowned photographers and writers. Co-founded by Finlay, Proof is a non-profit organization established to create awareness on the issues faced by populations in post-conflict societies and to encourage social change through photography.

In 2011, Finlay collaborated with Dorka Keehn to photograph "Eco Amazons: 20 Women Who Are Transforming the World", published by powerHouse. Finlays photographs are in the permanent collections of the George Eastman House, J. Paul Getty Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, LACMA and MOCA.

 
Price
$5.00—$45.00
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Artist Talk with Jodi Cobb - Stranger in a Strange Land
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Artist Talk with Jodi Cobb - Stranger in a Strange Land
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Chapter Event

Presented by ASMP DC, Smithsonian American Art Museum, & FotoweekDC

Smithsonian American Art Museum
Nan Tucker McEvoy Auditorium
8th and G Streets, N.W.
(G Street Entrance)
Washington, DC 20004
Nearest Metro: Gallery Place
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Monday, November 13, 2017
Check-In: 6:00PM
Program: 7:00PM

Pre-Registration:
General Admission Free

Join veteran photographer Jodi Cobb on a whirlwind retrospective of a distinguished career that has spanned four decades. One of only four female staff photographers in National Geographic's history, she is known for breaking through barriers and lifting a curtain on hidden societies. Cobb has captured fascinating glimpses of worlds such as Japan's secret Geisha culture and the cloistered lives of Saudi Arabian women. Her landmark story "21st Century Slavery" exposed the tragedy of human trafficking, generating more reader accolades than any other story until then. Travel with this inspiring woman as she chronicles her public and private path from young photojournalist to world-renowned photographer.

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Jodi Cobb has always been an explorer. Before turning twelve she had circled the globe with her family; since then she has worked in more than sixty-five countries, using her camera to ask questions about the human condition in an increasingly interconnected world.

Whether examining the beauty and cruelty of the Japanese geisha's ancient traditions for her groundbreaking book "Geisha: the Life, the Voices, the Art"; exposing the tragedy of human trafficking for her 2003 National Geographic article "21st Century Slaves"; or exploring the hidden world of the women of Saudi Arabia, Cobb has searched for humanity in some of the world's most complex, impenetrable environments.

As a staff and freelance photographer with National Geographic for more than three decades, Cobb photographed over thirty stories and developed an international following for her visually powerful work. Today she also brings her experience to a variety of freelance advertising and editorial assignments, and teaches and lectures around the world. She received the prestigious Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism, was the first woman named White House Photographer of the Year, and one of her photographs is on the Voyager Spacecraft, out in the universe forever.

Cobb received her Master of Arts and Bachelor of Journalism degrees from the University of Missouri, and an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She now lives in Washington, D.C.

Chapter Event

Free to the public. Seating Limited.
Pre-Registration Strongly Recommended.

 
Price
FREE