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Creative Photography Community
f32 is founded on the principle that;
"Taking better photographs is not about better technology, it is about better ways of seeing"
Elliot Erwitt once famously said, "Photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place." This is just one of many expressions by successful photographers confirming that great photography is less about technology and more about seeing the world differently.
When you think about the most well-known and respected photographers, what comes to mind first? Is it their knowledge of the latest camera technology or their creative ability to capture a moment?
The most stirring photographs are those that tell a story or convey a mood – regardless of the equipment used. At the end of the day, it is the photographer's vision that counts.
f32 was established by Paul Burgess ARPS for photographers at all levels of experience who want to focus on creativity rather than technology, take better photographs and work in a friendly and supportive community of similarly-minded photographers.
For beginners, f32 offers a 10-week basics course that will give you the basic camera and editing skills you will need to take your photography to the next level and participate in our more advanced creative photography courses.
For more experienced photographers, f32 offers the Gold and Platinum Creative Photography plans which include:
Weekly online sessions,
Outdoor workshops and trips
Special interest groups where you can get to know and work with other photographers with similar interests
Online technique videos
So if you are looking for photography lessons and workshops in the Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, and South London areas f32 is for you.
Paul Burgess is a talented and accomplished photographer who has spent most of his life exploring the beauty of light, landscape, and the elements that make it up. With a first-class BA honours degree in photography from the University of Kent and associate membership in the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS), Paul has honed his craft through years of practical experience and dedication.
From running his own commercial practice to teaching others how to see the world differently through photography experiences and courses, Paul has shared his passion for the art of capturing moments in time with countless people. He's even been commissioned as the resident photographer for the Darent Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme (DVLPS).
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