Hello Everyone – Happy New Year!
As we kick off 2012, we have some exciting news to share with you.
First off, I want you to know we have been listening to your suggestions regarding our forums, and over the past year your Executive Board has been working hard to bring our forums [...]
COPYRIGHT = $$$
Understanding how to put copyright to work for you is crucial to your success as a photographer. Learn what you need to succeed. Join us for this informative and entertaining program that will inspire and empower.
Topics to be discussed will include:
Why copyright registration matters
What to do when your image [...]
Creatively speaking, are you a hip youngster with your finger on the pulse of today’s trends – or a forgetful grandfather with tissues tucked up your cardigan sleeve? In this video, creatives and industry experts discuss techniques to freshen up your work, and simple strategies to impress clients with your cultural relevance:
• Where to find [...]
The New Year brings a new beginning for APA Insurance Services. As some of you may know, Pam Lesemann has officially entered retirement since the start of 2012. While we are sad to see Pam go, we are thrilled to introduce your new APA Insurance Services Problem Solver Karen Stetz.
Karen, originally from California, joins APA Insurance Services with [...]
The United States Copyright Office has requested a “Notice of Inquiry for Remedies for Small Copyright Claims.” American Photographic Artists (APA) is grateful for the opportunity to submit comments and is working on a submittal that will be comprehensive in scope. The submittal date is January 17, 2012. View the request HERE.
APA appreciates [...]
#3 in a series of articles on Fine Art Photography
by Ted VanCleave
Promoting Your Art
For the third installment about fine art photography I’ll discuss promoting your artistic photography. As with most areas of the business of art, there are no hard and fast rules. Each of us tends to find our own path that works best [...]
By: Dan Nelson and Kevin McCulloch, Nelson & McCulloch LLP
A growing number of license agreements issued by professional photographers include, among their various terms and conditions, a curious provision requiring that disputes arising from those agreements are subject to arbitration. This unfortunate trend appears to be the result of form language recommended by various trade [...]