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Profile for photographer and Photofusion member, Gemma Marmalade. Read More...

Liane Lang’s work takes the form of print, film and installation. Her work is peopled with figures and props, life-like yet not real, which she creates in the studio. She poses these semi-inhabitants in historical spaces and with monuments and statues, creating narratives and references to historic individuals and events. Read More...

Top Knots Photography Contest is a prize run by Photo District News (based in New York). Read More...

Announced on the opening night of our Annual Members’ Photography Show by Miranda Gavin from HotShoe magazine, were the winner, runner-up along with some honorable mentions for the HotShoe Photofusion Award 2012. Read More...

To coincide with the exhibition, a selection of exhibitors from our 4th Annual Members Show have been invited to present their work to the rest of the group. There will be a discussion and Q&A with the artists. Read More...

Gift vouchers are a great idea for a present and can be purchased for any value. Vouchers can be exchanged for any of the following services and facilities. Read More...

At Photofusion we recognise that access to photographic services and facilities can be an issue for students and graduates alike. For students it may be the case that your College or University resources may mot meet your requirements or be oversubscribed. For graduates, without access to College or University facilities the cost of photographic resources can be extremely high and can lead to difficulties getting started in such a hugely competitive industry. Read More...

Do you use our film processing service? We are offering darkroom hire and scanner hire at a discounted rate of 50%. Read More...

Photofusion recommends master printer, Nick Jones who offers a fine art B&W Silver Gelatin and Colour C-Type printing service from our darkrooms (this is not a Photofusion service). Read More...

For the tenth and final Art Shorts, Spine Television caught up with photographer Richard Nicholson to talk about his exhibiton, Analog at the Riflemaker gallery in central London. Read More...

Dodging & Burning Dodging and burning are terms used in photography for a technique used during the printing process to manipulate the exposure of a selected area(s) on a photographic print, deviating from the rest of the image’s exposure. In a darkroom print from a film negative, dodging decreases the exposure for areas of the print that the photographer wishes to be lighter, while burning increases the exposure to areas of the print that should be darker.[1] Any material with varying degrees of opacity may be used, as preferred, to cover and/or obscure the desired area for burning or dodging. Read More...

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We are pleased to announce that the following films and papers are now available to buy at Photofusion. Read More...