FCCP Coffee & Photography Meetup at O'Keefe's Family Restaurant in Clearwater

 

 

  We're starting a new feature for the Wednesday Coffee & Photography series.  Every Wednesday morning we'll be showing a 20 minute segment on a photographer than had a major influence on photography in the 20th century.  

The series will include such influential photographers as Ansel Adams, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, W. Eugene Smith, Paul Strand, Edward Weston and many more.  Following the documentary is a brief discussion period.

We've been doing this morning coffee meeting for over 4 years now and it regularly attracts 30 to 40 members.  Many of the regular weekly attendees don't RSVP, so don't be worried that you'll be the only one in attendance.  RSVP and join the fun!!  You can come late and/or leave early, but the important thing is to come out, have fun, get your questions answered and get some free instruction.  This is a free meeting that is offered on a weekly basis to our members and the general public.

Bring prints, DVD's, or Thumb Drives and we'll review pictures and enjoy your favorite hot beverage. 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).

There is plenty of fresh brewed coffee.

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  • Mary K.

    Enjoyed, especially the history info.

    September 10

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