FCCP Weekly Morning Coffee and Photography at the Independent in Tampa

I'm often asked if these meetings are for pros or advanced amateurs and they are not!  Everyone is welcome, beginner, pro and all of us in between.  Bring your questions and get real answers from certified teachers, working professionals and retired pros.  Every Tuesday we show on a HUGE screen, tutorials on software, explain how to get discounts on gear from B & H Photos and discounted software as well.

This meetup has been going strong for over 3 years and averages 15 plus members at each meeting . Many of the regulars don't RSVP, so if you're joining us for the first time, please don't worry about the low RSVP count. We have a great time at this weekly meetup and I hope you'll join us for some fun, learning and great coffee.

Bring prints, DVD's, or Thumb Drives and we'll review pictures and enjoy our favorite hot/cold beverage. Come early or come late for the many exciting images shown by members and guest. All are welcome.

Questions are welcome and if you have specific questions on your camera or lens, please bring them with you (and your owners manual). This is a free meeting that is offered on a weekly basis to our members.

Watch for the return of the LIVE Webcasts this winter.

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  • Jeff D.
    FCCP_Director@me.com, Organizer
    Event Host
  • Alex S.
    Creative Advisory Board member, Assistant Organizer
  • A former member

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