Join APA|SD and Instagram superstar Ellie Pritts, Thursday, January 24, 2019 to explore how and why Instagram has become indispensable for marketing yourself as a photographer. In this seminar Ellie will be discussing the basics of a successful Instagram presence and how to grow your audience organically.
What will be covered:
- Why you should be on Instagram
- How to brand yourself on the platform
- Finding your niche
- The importance of finding inspiration accounts
- Creating a strategy for your business
- Basics of marketing on Instagram, paid and free
- Instagram don’ts
Ellie is an acclaimed photographer and emerging director who has worked with companies like Pitchfork, VANS, Canon and Apple. Ellie was named one of the top photographers to follow on Instagram by TIME and launched Apple’s Instagram account, @apple in 2017.
When: Thursday, January 24th, 2019 | Doors open at 6 and event starts at 6:30-8:30
Where: Marshall Williams and Chris Park Studios, 5343 Banks Street, San Diego, CA 92110
COST: (Early bird pricing goes up $5 per ticket after January 4th, 2019)
Affiliates (MOPA/AIGA) $15
Reserve your space now
Thank you to our event sponsors:
Nelson Photo Supplies
Workbook | Dripbook | Yodelist
Marshall Williams Photography | Chris Park Photography
Photo © Gary Allard
EAT, DRINK & MERRY MERRY
Join us and other San Diego photographers at what is now a venerable tradition: arrive at Waypoint Public with a loose print and depart in the wee hours filled with winter cheer, your heart full of holiday spirit, your hands clutching a new and wonderful photograph. It’s a custom. It’s an age-old practice. It’s a party.
Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Waypoint Public | 3794 30th Street | San Diego, CA 92104
Space is limited.
RSVP or QUESTIONS:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org by December 2nd, 2018
APA|SD would like to thank all of the sponsors, attendees and participants who helped make the Untitled 2018 exhibition and auction a success. More than 275 entries were received and our judge, Thomas Werner, curated the top 20. The prints were displayed at Bread & Salt gallery for a one-night only event and silent auction benefiting the Museum of Photographic Arts and prizes were awarded for the top 3 submissions and people’s choice.
1st Prize: Michele Zousmer
2nd Prize: Lisa Griffiths
3rd Prize: Ed Masterson
People’s Choice: Gary Allard
Here are a few photos from the event courtesy of Gary Allard, Ken Hansen, and Bil Zelman.
Thank you to all of our generous sponsors!
APA | San Diego is calling for photography that represents your best work. Images that show your unique vision, creative passion and individualistic style, titled or untitled. The top 20 images will be chosen for display at a one-night only benefit auction on Saturday, November 10th, 2018. Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Museum of Photographic Arts. All entries will be judged by acclaimed photography author and educator Thomas Werner and prizes will be awarded for the top 3 images. All entries will be represented in the exhibition slide show on the night of the event.
Visit UntitledShow.org for entry information and submission guidelines.
Deadline for entries is October 9, 2018. Additional fees for deadline extensions will apply.
@ Bil Zelman
Join us for “And Here We Are – A Nature Story” with Bil Zelman at Museum of Photographic Arts on Thursday, September 6, 2018. This is a special one-night event including a photographic talk and presentation in the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Theater.
Photographer Bil Zelman’s evocative monograph “And Here We Are – A Nature Story” examines the current condition of our rapidly changing landscape, the punishing impacts of non-native and invasive species and the fragile places where man and nature collide.
Zelman has traveled extensively from the Amazon River to the Hudson, across the Sonoran Desert, the Mississippi Delta and up through the mountains of British Columbia documenting the beginnings of the Holocene Extinction and the impacts when species are juggled on a global scale. “Each photograph in this series presents its own protagonist in a distinct environment and while every image tells its own cautionary tale, the entire collection of photographs depicts the larger story of humanity’s often overlooked impacts.”
About Bil Zelman:
Photographer Bil Zelman has been on assignment in over 30 countries, shot journalism overseas for VICE and photographed and directed dozens of international fashion and advertising campaigns for well-known brands such as Frye Boots, Coca-Cola, Guinness, and Harley Davidson. His work has been featured in a variety of publications including Rolling Stone and GQ and he’s been selected for Archives Top 200 Photographers Worldwide ten years in a row.
Thursday, September 6th, 2018
Doors open at 6:00 PM, Event starts at 6:30 PM
APA and MOPA Members: $5
Students and OTL: $5
Reserve your seat now
Thank you to our sponsors:
Have you made the move to making movies?
Now’s your chance to show off your directorial dexterity at the upcoming screening roundtable discussion ‘Making The Move To Motion.’ Send us your 5-minute (max) motion project (on any topic) and join us on Thursday, August 30th with your popcorn bowl for APA San Diego’s silver screen event.
The most interesting and accomplished pieces will be selected and shown large, so compress to impress. All levels of photographers and cinematographers are encouraged to join the night’s discussions.
To submit, please send a link to email@example.com by August 15th. We will screen as many submissions as possible.
WHEN: Thursday, August 30, 2018
Doors open at 6:30 PM, Event starts at 7 PM
WHERE: Riverdale Studios
6314 Riverdale St., San Diego, CA 92120 | 619-280-9900
SPECS: 1080p HD | Limit 2 submissions per person | Max 5 minutes long, including credits
We are professionals and license our photos, so be sure to license any music, etc., in your video
COST: APA | SD Members: Free
Students & Affiliates: $5.00
Reserve your seat now
Photo credit: Gary Allard
Special Thanks to: