We need your help. After 25 years, we are gravely threatened by a combination of falling funding and rising rent. Please help us to move, survive, and carry on doing great work! Read more or go straight to our crowdfunding page here:
24 MARCH – 14 APRIL 2016
In 2014, Japanese photographer Kazuma Obara created a series of powerfully moving images focusing on the victims of the Second World War in Japan.
Photofusion Membership is the perfect gift for anyone with an interest in making photography. Not only does it entitle your recipient to discounted use of our services, facilities and courses, it also ensures that they are welcomed into a vibrant community of photographers – including the opportunity to attend our free, exclusive Members’ and to submit to our annual SALON exhibition.
This Christmas, we are also introducing a new level of membership. For £100/year, becoming a Friend of Photofusion entitles you or your recipient to all of the benefits of membership plus the following:
- Free entry to all gallery events and talks
- Invitations to ‘meet the artist’ evenings
- Invitations to exclusive studio visits
As part of the Photofusion Membership Scheme, Hotshoe magazine Editor-at-large and Photofusion contributor Miranda Gavin has started regularly reviewing selected Photofusion Members’ work. If you would like the chance for your work reviewed click here..
Reward yourself with our great offer:
We are now offering a new, cheaper film processing service for mail order black and white and colour (C-41) 35mm, 120, or 5×4 films (UK delivery only).
Need an idea for a present? We offer gift vouchers which can also be tailored for you to offer the right gift of your choice! They can be purchased for any value and can be exchanged for any of our service and facilities including Courses, Membership, Rental Facilities, Printing and Processing. More info…
We sell a range of films and papers at the Front Desk, so there’s no need to go anywhere else for all your analogue photography and printing supplies. Info & prices..
Growing up on a farm in Australia cultivated Lisa’s passion for all things food. Moving from a self-sufficient lifestyle to London, Lisa started to work for a design agency, where one of her roles was Art Direction which sparked her interest in photography.
Now with 15 year’s experience she has photographed producers from all over the world to Michelin starred chefs. Read more