It pays to be an APA member

Wed 16th Aug, 2017

Posted by Creative Arc

APA works to help you get more work: Our Members’ Only Portfolio Reviews, APA National Sourcebook, APA Member Behance Portfolios, and our Find a Member locator all help you connect with new clients.

APA Discounts: Members at the Supporter level and above are entitled to several dozen lucrative discount offers from Apple, Archive, Yodelist, Blinkbid, PDN, and Agency Access, to name just a few.

APA SF Chapter Member Benefits, like the big 20% discount on all rentals at Samy’s Camera can easily pay for your membership, many times over, each year. And we have 14 more local benefits, plus great events, like our spectacular annual Something Personal juried exhibitions (members typically save up to 50% on all event & APA SF contest fees).

APA Insurance: Get professional coverage at competitive rates from AIS (APA Insurance Services); photographer policies developed by pro photographers. With AIS coverage, you never pay extra of COI (Certificates of Insurance) -- the savings in COI fees alone can cover your annual membership dues.

Reduced Excess Baggage fees: our APA Member Pro Media Card is specifically designed to help expedite quick check-in service at airports, as well as to facilitate the pro media discount on excess baggage, available through many airlines. Lots of APA members save hundreds of dollars every year, just by using this single APA benefit.

APA Awards: Depending on your member level, you can save between $20-$35 on every entry.

Join the thousands of members who know that APA membership can easily pay for itself.
Memberships start at just $50. Member benefits for each member level are listed here.
It definitely pays to be part of the APA community.
APA National Benefits are here
APA SF Chapter Benefits are here

Join APA today, here

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Chapter Benefits

Hanson Digital: 15% discount for APA SF Members

Please present your APA Member ID card at the time of ordering



Fri 19th Mar, 2021

APA National CCO Terms & Conditions

The APA National Executive Board decided this should be available to all photographers, to help keep the photo community safe.