June 7, 2017, 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Happy Hour 6:00pm to 7:00pm
The photo industry is going through radical changes. Getting a commercial photography job requires more savvy than ever. You need to know how to write treatments, produce library shoots, and understand the future of usage licenses.
BlinkBid founder, Lou Lesko, and Atlanta based producer, Callie Householder, will be presenting a hardcore, no-holds-barred practical seminar on the expectations for landing a job in the current market. They will present a real world brief from art producer Suzee Barrabee, formerly of Goodby, as well as the treatment and the three versions of the bid it took to win the job.
After the event, the entire presentation will be available to everyone to use as reference for your own jobs. If ever there was an opportunity to get a true view of the industry, this is it.
APA Members: FREE
Non Members: $20
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Lou Lesko is an American entrepreneur who began as a photographer and writer. He started by shooting pictures in the fashion industry and then expanded his métier to include photojournalism so he could travel to splendid places on someone else’s dime. His work has been published worldwide and has been recognized as “pretty gosh darn good” by a few award bestowing associations. His latest project is BlinkBid, the world’s best bidding and production software for creatives.
As an advertising studio director and then a photo producer and freelance art buyer, Callie Householder has enjoyed working with great clients such as Delta, AFLAC, Coca-Cola, Georgia Lottery, Embassy Suites, Chick-fil-a, Children’sHealthcare of Atlanta, Mattel, and many more. Whether the work was in studio or on location nationally or globally, Callie enjoys making big ideas happen.
APA Insurance Services (AIS) offers excellent equipment, liability and rental coverage.
APA membership can easily pay for itself.