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About f8

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Willow Weep For Me sm
Red Skyline
Riding the Wave #2
Triathlon 1 (sized small)
2010 November - Untitled - Rusted Streetcars (Halton, ON)
WAA April 2011- John Wallace - Strolling in Prague
Morning is Broken

Fall 2017, look for f8’s new exhibit... ‘A Sense of Place’    

 f8 launches an exciting exhibit at the Neilson Park Creative Centre in Etobicoke soon. You are invited to the opening reception that takes place on Thursday, October 12 from 5-9 pm. Bring your friends for an evening of artful conversation, and of course, the art!


Mission Statement: 

f8 is an artistic collective that consistently challenges and supports each member to produce and exhibit high quality photography.

Our History:

Formed in 2010, we are a Toronto based photography collective, with origins in the east end...the Beach, Riverdale and Scarborough. Today, though a few of the original members have moved outside of the GTA, they remain very much a part of the group. Since our first exhibit in April of 2010, at the Dignam Gallery on 23 Prince Arthur Ave., Toronto, we have mounted 14 additional shows. Still going strong in 2017, we have exciting plans for the Collective's future!

An eclectic group of photographers, each with a personal and unique artistic vision, in common we share current or past membership with the Beach Photo Club and a passion for the photographic arts. Occasionally, when one of our permanent members is unavailable to participate in a show, we invite a guest photographer to exhibit in their place.

Today, the f8 group includes seasoned amateurs, emerging artists and working professionals; all in their own way, dedicated photographers. With most exhibits, we rise to the challenge of creating a body of work around a new theme, ever reaching to better our personal best. 

It is the Collective's vision to be acknowledged by artists, art lovers and critics as creators of must-see photography. 

All images by f8 Photography Collective members are protected under the Copyright Law legislated by the Government of Canada.  An image may not be reproduced in any form without the express written consent of the individual photographer.  The consequences of infringing the copyright law can be civil or criminal, and are set out in the copyright legislation. 

To learn more about Artist Protection by Copyright please visit the Government of Canada Website.