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Group DescriptionThe Florida Center for Creative Photography (FCCP) is formed by the merger of four Meetup Groups. The combined groups have over 1500 members and is the largest photography related organization in the Greater Tampa Bay area.
We are currently in the process of securing the future of FCCP with our initial fundraising. The goal is to secure the future of the center and raise an initial sum of $300,000. The funds will be used to establish the center and secure the campus of 5 building at the Pinewood Cultural Center in Largo, FL.
The Florida Center for Creative Photography is all about photography. We are a group of dedicated photographers that are passionate about learning and teaching photography. Our goal is to help one another develop and fine tune our photographic skills, while growing a global community of digital photographers of all skill levels. To reach this goal we offer over 30 Meetups every month to fit different needs, work schedules and skill levels. Nearly 15 monthly Photowalks present unique photo opportunities at regional attractions.
Join us today and take your photography to new, exciting levels.
*Monthly Half-Day PhotoWalks
*Presentations & Workshops
*Spring and Fall Extended Tours
*Formal classes taught by real teachers
*Weekly morning Meetups over coffee for photo critiques, Photoshop help etc.
*Monthly photo contests with themes
*Photoshop workshops, tips and tutorials
*Informative Discussion Forum
*Members only Discounts
If you have questions please contact the director, Jeff Donald at, FCCP_Director@me.com or call 727-455-2912
Group RulesYou must me a member of the Florida Center for Creative Photography.
You must add Jeff Donald (Director of FCCP) as a contact.
Membership information and sign up can be found here.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Images
- Accepted safety levels: Safe