ACMP's Achievement in Photography Nominations are now Open
7 May 2013
ACMP are currently accepting nominations for the ACMP Acheivement in Photography Awards for both a Professional Photographer and an Emerging Photographer (three years and under in the industry) These awards are to honour those who work within the industry, those who create the images of this industry and to support and drive the photographic industry forward. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best Professional and Emergent photographers within Australia.
ACMP Achievement Awards Dinner at Quay restaurant Sydney May 31st as part of Vivid.
7 May 2013
This year the Australian Commercial and Media Photographers (ACMP) celebrates 21 years in the Photographic Industry supporting Photographers, creating networks and acting as a united voice for Australian professional working photographers in the commercial field. The ACMP Achievement in Photography Awards 2013 will be held at Quay Restaurant Sydney on May 31st 2013 to honour those who work within the industry, those who create the images of this industry and to support and drive the photographic industry forward. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and emergent photographers in a prestigious gathering on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour as part of the Vivid Festival.
Australian Commercial and Media Photographers (ACMP), established in 1991, acts as a united voice for Australian professional working photographers.
The ACMP is committed to the development and promotion of professional photography. It provides members with an understanding of the more complex issues of professional photography such as copyright re-usage, contracts, sales tax, legal protection, digital imaging. insurance, standard terms and conditions.
The website is a rich online resource for members across the country with a large library of ACMP seminars, photographer interviews and industry forums.
The ACMP has a membership of approximately 400. Together with the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP) it represents around 2,500 photographers in Australia.
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Sarah Andersons Capture Tree project
7 May 2013 - ACMP
Sarah Anderson who has been working with Trampoline Melbourne for the last few years shares about what she gets out of being part of the project.
In 2009, after many years of assisting and a two and a half year stint in Canada I decided it was time to break up with my assisting career and start my photography business. It was so scary to stop assisting and get out there with my folio and show everyone. But the hardest part was spending days, weeks and months on the phone trying to book meetings.
Photographing in Public
7 April 2013 - ACMP
It has been 4 years since my last exhibition, so I recently started thinking about the next one! I shoot mostly people for my commercial work, but generally exhibit industrial images for my fine art. Nice & easy - old factories do not answer back, or demand to know "why are you taking my photo, mate?!?" So... I have some images I have been shooting for the last couple of years - crowds of peopl
ACMP member Keturah de Klerk and her Partner Morne show what responsible tourism and human endeavour can achieve.
13 March 2013 - ACMP
* spotlight *Georgery has suffered too much. He is scarred for life. But he is a picture of hope. The odds seemed heavily stacked against an 11- year -old South African boy with shocking burns injuries from a house fire and the later unrelated deaths of his mother and sibling twins. Adding to these traumas, as a toddler he was rushed to receive an antidote to a poisonous spider bite.