Photofusion Photography Centre

** Photofusion will be CLOSED for the BANK HOLIDAY on MONDAY 25th AUGUST **


20th to 28th of September

The first STILL /MOVING DSLR Film Festival is coming to Brixton this autumn. STILL / MOVING will be an eight-day festival exploring the ways that photographers, artists and film-makers are engaging with the convergence of digital photography, video and the contemporary moving image.

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We are excited to announce the Call for Submissions for this year’s Members’ exhibition, Photofusion SALON/14, showcasing the talent and breadth of photographic and moving image work by Photofusion Members.

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Summer photography courses

Location lighting course photo fusion

Beginners through to professional photographers have been learning their craft and improving their skills at Photofusion for many years. Photography courses run by passionate and experienced tutors and photography professionals are taught in the cultural hub of Brixton – just one-minute walk from Brixton Tube.

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Film processing offer

Photofusion dark room

Do you regularly use our film processing service?

Every time you accumulate £50 on our film processing service we’ll invite you to book a darkroom or Imacon scanner session for half the usual price.

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Tim Hetherington: Infidel

Exhibition Dates
22 August – 17 September 2014
(Exhibition down for 2 weeks for Photofusion Still/Moving Film Festival)

Continuing…1 – 31 October 2014

Launch Party
Thursday 21 August, 18.30 – 21.00

Untitled Korengal Valley Kunar Province Afghanistan 2008 © Tim Hetherington Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery New York

Photofusion are pleased to host a solo exhibition of photographic work by Tim Hetherington (1970 – 2011), courtesy of The Tim Hetherington Trust and Foam, The Netherlands.

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Featured Member: Zuzanna Kowalska

© Zuzanna Kowalksa

Photofusion Member Zuzanna is a Creative Filmmaker and an award-winning Photographer. Winner of People’s Choice Award & 2nd place ‘World around us’ category (Children of Favela) for TNT Magazine 2007. However she remains faithful to her first love: photography. She specialises in documentary, travel and street visual narrative.

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