Photofusion Photography Centre


Photography courses

Looking to improve your skills, learn something new or just get a refresher?

We’ve got a wide range of photography courses, taught by experienced and passionate practitioners, coming up at Photofusion. Click HERE to see our latest schedule..

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.

Film for Sale

Info & prices..

Shooting loads of film?

Photofusion dark room

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.

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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.

mail order film processing

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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…

Easter closing

Photofusion will be closed over the Easter weekend – Friday, Saturday Sunday and Monday. We’ll be open again on Tuesday 7th April.

Jonathan Knowles | Photofusion Exhibitor, 2008

Jonathan Knowles | Photofusion Exhibitor, 2008

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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Featured member: Ian Flanders

Ian Flanders’ profile showcases two of his current projects: Ember Sports Club and Portraits from the Inside.

© Ian Flanders

Ember Sports Club is a privately owned non-commercial club hidden in between residential houses near Esher railway station and Sandown Park Racecourse. Portraits from the Inside is a project about re-offending and rehabilitation linked to The 7 Pathways.

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