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Within a few months, though, they had to change the name to American Society of Magazine Photographers because the acronym SMP was already being used by another organization.
In , recognizing that it had grown far beyond the borders of the magazine industry, the Society adopted its current name. Their goal was to address their common problems: lack of credit lines, unauthorized reproduction of images, and uncredited copying of photographs by illustrators and artists. They also hoped to raise their rates of pay. During the s, the issue was the cause of frequent schisms and mass resignations.
Thereafter, ASMP focused its efforts on areas that are traditional activities of professional associations: networking, advocacy and business practices. Activities[ edit ] Networking and special-interest groups[ edit ] From just a couple dozen photojournalists in New York City , the Society soon expanded. Local chapters were formed, first in Los Angeles and San Francisco , and then in other cities. Today there are 39 chapters, covering the major U. Although the group does distribute videos of its major events, outreach to smaller cities remains a continuing challenge.
Senate hearings to support Copyright law revisions. Steichen requested that "this young giant among the visual arts be given equal rights by having its peculiar problems taken into account. ASMP lobbied for the provision of the Act that automatically grants copyright to the creator of a work.
Several recent Congresses have considered a change in the treatment of " orphan works ", which are copyrighted works whose owner cannot be identified or located. ASMP has testified about the impact on photographers of the proposed changes,  and has worked with Congressional committees to mitigate the harm that might be done.
Major cases of recent years include New York Times Co. Tasini U. Supreme Court and Jarvis v. K2 Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Some chapters offer lectures or small meetings to facilitate business related questions known as Brain Trusts.
Initially issued in looseleaf format and informally referred to as the "Business Bible" , the publication has regularly been revised over the years; the seventh edition  was released as a trade paperback in In addition to the Professional Business Practices book, which is aimed at photographers, ASMP has published pamphlets for photo users that explain how the business works.
The Society has also regularly produced business seminars and conferences on topics of interest to professional photographers.
In , ASMP sponsored the dpBestflow project that, with financial support from the Library of Congress , published best practices and tutorials for preserving digital images.
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