Thursday 20 October, 19:00 Free & exclusive to Photofusion Members | Refreshments provided Booking for this event is now closed For information on upcoming members’ events, click here… The current economic climate has had an impact on the photography industry. This talk will look at the change in the photography market since the 1990s; the effects of digitisation and how the industry has changed expectations, resulting in different ways of working and the huge learning curve photographers have had to face. The bigger picture of the changed economy will give an insight into some issues to consider when marketing your Read More...

Practical evening in partnership with Calumet Free & exclusive to Photofusion Members Booking for this event is now closed For information on upcoming members’ events, click here… Got a DSLR which can shoot moving image? A bit confused about how that works? This Member’s Event, in partnership with Calumet, is designed to give you an introduction to shooting video with your DSLR. Video and moving image are quite possibly the future of photography. Many high end DSLR’s have a moving image function, producing high definition video quickly and efficiently. This technical demonstration will be a hands-on session, and will inlcude Read More...

19 May 2012, 19:00 Photofusion Studio Booking for this event is now closed For information on upcoming members’ events, click here… You are invited to attend our first ever Slideshow Slam! The evening will feature a simultaneous projection of work on two screens: one slideshow curated by Contact Editions, and another featuring work from 10 Photofusion Members. The slideshows will run on a loop throughout the evening and will be accompanied by music and a cheap bar. The event is an informal gathering of photographers and photography enthusiasts; a perfect opportunity for lively discussion, debate and networking. Our featured members Read More...

A practical evening led by Angad Kaur Tuesday 22 March 2011, 19:00 Free entry and exclusive to Photofusion Members There is little chance of being a practitioner and not having to write an ‘artist’s statement’. While it is often viewed as one of the least enjoyable parts of presenting your work, it can offer a valuable opportunity for reflecting on and gathering the different aspects of your practice and bringing them together, and, like your practice, how you write about your work can also be an unfolding and evolving process over time so it doesn’t mean what you write today Read More...

We would like to congratulate Photofusion member Lydia Goldsblatt and her work Still Here which is featured in this months Hotshoe Magazine, Issue #185. Read More...

Hush Puppies are inviting you to explore pictures and perhaps produce your own as they open the doors to ‘The Dark Room’ this weekend at the Truman Brewery. Read More...

Organising group exhibitions in alternative venues, on the web or in print by Photofusion’s Angad Kaur Read More...

Know your Capa from your Cameron? Your Parr from your Penn? Come to our photography themed pub quiz, a fun social networking event designed to stretch your photography knowledge. Read More...

Confused about copyright? For our next members’ event Photofusion welcomes Sal Shuel, former head of BAPLA and talking head on the issues of copyright – approaching the subject with a simple, down-to earth view. Read More...

To accompany the call for submissions to Photofusion Salon 2012, we are hosting a Members’ evening all about competitions, facilitated by Miranda Gavin, deputy editor of HotShoe Magazine. Read More...

Thursday 04 April, 19:00 Free and exclusive for Members Richard Wills, head of the digital bureau at Photofusion, shared his professional tips and advice for preparing your photographs for printing Whether you are getting ready for an upcoming exhibition, looking to improve your professional portfolio or simply looking to learn more about digital editing and printing, this evening event will give you the opportunity to hear from and ask any questions to an industry professional. Booking for this event is now closed. For information on upcoming events, click here… Read More...

Hosted by Natasha Caruana

This event is a key networking event for all photographers who would like feedback on a completed project or body of work. Based on the idea of speed dating, each photographer will have the opportunity show their work to a member of the photography industry for three minutes only. Read More...

Carole Evans and Adrian Wood, curators of AMPS/11 Tuesday 30 August 2012, 19:00 Free & exclusive to Photofusion Members Booking for this event is now closed. For information on upcoming members’ events, click here… At some stage in their career, many photographers consider exhibiting their work. With the industry becoming increasingly competitive, it is important that a photographer’s work is presented in the best possible light to maximise their chances of success. What are the key things to consider when making an exhibition submission? What makes a project ready for exhibition? How do you get your work in front of Read More...

Janet Awe of Awesome Communications will give a talk on Promoting Yourself as a Photographer: A Guide to Getting Started – covering the basics of marketing, public relations and social media. Read More...

This workshop, run by Lauren Winsor, LCC lecturer and freelance photographer, was an opportunity to enhance your knowledge of the photographic industry and the business side of photography. Read More...

An interactive afternoon workshop facilitated by Photofusion’s Gina Glover and Angad Kaur Tuesday 20 August, 14.00 – 18.00 £25 (Members only) 5 places available This workshop is a great opportunity for a maximum of five photographers to deepen their understanding of their own creative process and how to optimise the potential with the work they produce. Each participant will have 45 minutes and the opportunity to present a project in development to the group who, facilitated by Gina and Angad, will explore the project’s potential in terms of offering critical feedback alongside looking at themes and contexts, potential distribution routes, Read More...

The 2013 Jessops EADT Ballingdon Mill Prize“Aeronautics in East Anglia” Photography Competition Read More...

With members from the Photofusion Gallery Committee: Adrian Wood and Jenna Banat Read More...

Artists Anne Vinogradoff and Jocelyn Allen will be discussing their work in the exhibition and the benefits of supportive creative workshops such as Tri-pod, facilitated by Miranda Gavin & Wendy Pye. Read More...

Photofusion Member Andrew Youngson will be hosting the book launch of his photographic project 間 Aida in the Photofusion Gallery. This self-published book of images explores the space between buildings on a small island off the coast of Japan. Read More...

We would like to congratulate Photofusion Member Richard Pilnick for being selected to exhibit in the Taylor Wessing Photography prize exhibition at The National Portrait Gallery! Read More...

In association with IdeasTap and Magnum Photos, Oxfam is offering three emerging female photographers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to complete a commission for Oxfam’s spring fundraising campaign. Read More...

Miniclick are pleased to announce Publication#2 – released TODAY with a very special launch party. Read More...

The inaugural Vignette Award for Photography is now open! Don’t miss the chance to win a £1000 cash prize and feature in Vignette Magazine! Read More...

Photofusion is currently running a new professional development programme which is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). As a summer event, we decided to hold a picnic in the park where members could network whilst enjoying some Franca Manco pizza and beer Read More...

South London Gallery are pleased to present the 2013 Nina Stewart Artist Residency. It is an open submission 6-month residency opportunity available to artists graduating between October 2012 and September 2013 with a postgraduate MA, MFA, PGDip or MRes from a UK institution. Read More...

Maja Theodoraki was born in 1986 in Copenhagen, Denmark. After finishing a foundation course in photography at the Copenhagen Film & Photography School in 2010 she moved to London to study BA (Hons) Photography at Camberwell College of Arts. Read More...

Tri-pod aims to support visual artists with Projects in Process (PiP) and launched weekend project development workshops at Photofusion during 2012 and 2013. The exhibition INSIDE OUT will showcase work by two participants from these workshops: Jocelyn Allen and Milly-Anne Vinogradoff. Read More...