Art Streiber brings his all-day, three-part workshop "Career Management and Self Promotion for Today’s Modern Photographer" to Chicago.
Back by popular demand, land an agent and/or get the feedback you need to take your business to the next level. Space is limited, register now.
APA member Paul Elledge share's his body of work created solely on the iPhone over the past eight years.
Professional photographer, Dave Rentauskas leads our Photo Assistant Basic Training. At this event learn the skills to launch a successful assisting career.
The most elusive concept to understand in commercial photography (other than usage) is the photographer/agent relationship - we're teaching best practices.
Join AbelCine, in partnership with APA Chicago for a panel discussion on adding motion to your marketable skill-set.
This course is a Phase One Certified Professional Training at ProGear and includes 50% Capture One and 50% Medium format camera systems.
Hands-On shooting using both Profoto's new Pro-10 Power Pack and D2 Monohead.
Our 4th annual Artists’s Perspective Exhibition and Holiday Party takes place December 9 and will feature selected works from our esteemed panel of judges.
The STAND OUT Photographic Forum brings the photographic community together to inspire, inform and motivate. Hear from innovative industry creatives and icons.
What is the one thing, that if you did it more regularly, would have the most positive impact on your career and business?
Beth Huerta from Candace Gelman & Assoc. teaches us how to build a killer portfolio that flows well, leaves a big impression, and can land that next assignment.
End-of-summer bar night social is scheduled for September 14 at Simone's Bar in Pilsen. Easy parking - come out and connect with the photo community.
APA Chicago is starting a new Success Team. Success Teams help provide the inspiration, structure, and accountability many creatives need to help advance...
The Chicago photography community has lost one of their own Andy Barnes. Please join Cindi Ruebel Murrian (Andy's Mom) to celebrate his life.
Have you ever faced a challenging issue in your photography business and thought, “I wonder how Sandro would handle this?” Well, now you can find out.
Our mid-summer bar night social is scheduled for July 13 at Haywood Tavern.
On January 1, 20019 Paul Elledge started a body of work called iPhone Once A Day as a visual social media experiment. Seven years later the project continues.
Developing a mutually beneficial business relationship with an agent or agency be a crucial step in a successful photographic career.
APA Chicago invites anyone who wants to learn more about APA to attend our open board meeting to discuss event planning, seminars and workshop for 2016.
Knowledge is power. Our Art Buyer Panel Discussion will provide you with proven advice to succeed in commercial photography.
The next bar night social is scheduled for March 9 at a new location, Haywood Tavern.
Meet potential new clients -- show them your finest work. Our APA Photographer Members Only Portfolio Review will be on March 7th; it always sells out quickly.
Generating new business requires you to break out of your comfort zone. Establish a workflow to gain confidence to complete difficult business-building tasks.