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Fort Worth Camera eyes new building

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Photographic imaging and retail store Fort Worth Camera will soon break ground on a new 11,000-square-foot building at 1600 Montgomery St., across from the Museum of Science and Natural History in Fort Worth’s Cultural District.

The new location, about three times larger than the current store on West Sixth Street, will feature expanded photography, printing and educational services, two larger classrooms, a photo gallery that will showcase local photographers and Fort Worth Camera students’ work, a rental and training studio, and additional parking.

“We are more active in the photographic community than ever before,” said MacKenzie Hughes, marketing director at Fort Worth Camera. “And this new page in this company’s history will reflect that in a cutting edge design and photographer experience.”

Customers also will find a larger and wider selection of major photograph brands, including Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Canon, Zeiss, Tamron, Sigma and Promaster, for sale or rent.

Owner Jeff Masure opened Fort Worth Camera in 2002. The store expanded to its current location in 2009 and opened its second location in Grapevine in 2012.

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