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Why An Alaska Photographer?
Last year alone ASMP/Alaska members shot over half a million images in the Last Frontier. Alaska professionals bring the experience, knowledge, and creativity needed to meet your assignment and stock needs with certainty. No one knows Alaska like the resident pros.

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The chapter web site has a new look. Each photographer can post up to thirty images in the portfolio section, updated text and a stock list. Our site has great placement with search engines and a lot of traffic. Take advantage of it now.

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See our Calendar for photo lectures and exhibits, including our award winning First Tuesday slide lecture series. Next Program: Big Screen FREEZE at 7 p.m. February 3, 2009, at The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center.

The American Society of Media Photographers

The ASMP is a trade organization which promotes photographers' rights, educates photographers in better business practices, and produces business publications for photographers.

Founded in 1944 by a handful of the world's leading photojournalists, ASMP is recognized internationally for its leadership role. ASMP has 40 chapters nationwide and more than 5,000 members, including many of the world's greatest photographers.

The ASMP has three purposes:

  • To protect and promote the interests of photographers whose work is for publication.
  • To promote high professional standards and ethics.
  • To cultivate friendship and mutual understanding between photographers.

Photographers Helping Photographers Since 1944

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P.O. Box 91124, Anchorage, Alaska 99509-1124
Phone: (907) 337-2738 Fax: (907) 338-0624
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