Summer Photography Courses

We’ve just scheduled in our courses programme for the rest of the summer. To see the full list, click here

NCM Exposed

NCM Exposed features over 100 photographers who participated in New Creative Markets, a three year professional development programme for early to mid-career artists.

Photography Exhibition | NCM Exposed

© Alys Tomlinson, ‘Dead Time’

Exhibition info..

Shooting loads of film?

Photofusion darkroom

Reward yourself with our great offer: 

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. Read more…

Mail Order Film Processing

We are now offering a new, cheaper film processing service for black and white and colour (C-41) 35mm, 120, or 5×4 films. More info…

mail order film processing

Gift Vouchers

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…

Film & paper for sale

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..

Film for Sale

Photofusion SALON/14 Public’s Choice Award

From the 138 photographs in this year’s Photofusion SALON exhibition, the three artists with the highest number of votes are: Lewis Inman, Emma Evelyn and Andrew Sillett.

The three selected images capture the world from London’s Southbank, to Iceland, to the tsunami affected areas of Asia.
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Photography Exhibition | SALON/14

Featured member: Mitch Karunaratne

Prior to studying for her MA Photography at Brighton University, Mitch studied Cultural Geography and this interest between the physical environment and the texture of human life, still underpins her practice.

Photofusion Featured Member | Mitch Karunaratne

© Mitch Karunaratne

Her work is often realized in the form of artist books, finding small and alternative ways to tell the stories that strongly drive her work, as well as find ways to make those stories accessible to others. Read more