Since January this year, Photofusion’s community department have been running film making workshops with young people from The Princes Trust centre in Kennington.With funding from Into Film, we have been able to deliver workshops to over 20 young people, and re-engage them with learning. The workshops started by bringing young people together in a shared language of film and cinema. To do this, the project team selected a range of films, film clips, adverts and music videos that exemplified some of the key elements of filmmaking. Dialogue, shots, cuts, sound and composition were all discussed and demonstrated through watching. Over Read More...

Travis Hodges is one of our four exhibitors from the most recent Photofusion Select/14 show. These artists were each awarded a bursary of £500 alongside mentoring from Photofusion staff towards developing and exhibiting new, unseen work. We caught up with each photographer to learn more about the work they produced for Select/14 and how they put their bursary to use. Read More...

Continuing with our regular updates on photography exhibitions not to miss out on in London… Read More...

Paul Ellis followed up his popular Introduction to Studio Lighting course from Saturday 28 June with this blog. When teaching flash lighting in the studio I normally deliver it without any ambient light in the room. Participants instantly learn that the camera’s shutter speed has no effect on the flash exposure. We set up a fairly low-key shot with a halo light placed directly behind our model Kaye and made sure that the exposure for the halo was two stops brighter than the light on her face (which is what we exposed for). The key to this shot’s success was Read More...

This year the Textiles Advanced Workshop class held at Morely College has been given the opportunity to show their work at the beautiful Brixton East Gallery. The work on show is a mixture of many textile techniques ranging from screen printed fabrics and wallpapers to 3D soft sculptural pieces, and includes the work from the recent “nest ” exhibition. Brixton East is a beautiful space which is used for exhibitons and events. If you have not been pop down to see the show or even just to see the space!  As well as the exhibition they are hosting a number Read More...

From July 25th, 2014 Miniclick will be accepting online submissions for “The Heart Grows Fonder”, an experimental participatory project that will be part of their autumn programme. Read More...

Photographic artist Nadav Kander will be exhibiting in a series of exciting new exhibitions throughout Summer and Autumn 2014, starting with his new body of work Dust on show at Flowers Gallery, London in September… Read More...

A recent summer Saturday was a Sunny 16 day – a glorious day to teach some location lighting (Sunny 16 = 100iso, 1/125, F16) Read More...

Photofusion is home to London’s largest professional rental darkroom, which is available to hire for members and non members.
We’ve put together a useful darkroom guide, which hopefully will make printing quicker and easier for you. Read More...

Photofusion, London’s educational centre, gallery and photography resource for over three decades, has received notice from Arts Council England that its NPO status and its annual revenue grant will be cut entirely from March 2015. Read More...

Inspired by the gritty black & white photography of the late 1980s music press, DiY fanzines and John Peel’s radio wave voyages, Photofusion Darkroom user Greg has been photographing live music since 1989. Read More...

Uncertain States are proud to announce their first open call for lens-based artists’ work. Co-founders David George, Spencer Rowell and Fiona Yaron-Field have teamed with the curator Mary George to ask you to contribute to the passion of the Uncertain States project and help find the very best contemporary lens-based art. Read More...

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. Zuzanna trained as a self-shooting style documentary producer and produced several short films, most of them were fully self-shot. However she remains faithful to her first lover: photography. She specialises in documentary, travel and street visual narrative. Zuzanna’s journalistic background together with her drive, energy and tenacity gives her work a passion with an objective clarity of vision. Currently she is engaged with a new project of documenting ‘dying out professions’. Read More...

Featuring one of our new New Creative Markets participants, Nadia Nervo, this upcoming stimulating group exhibition celebrates the physicality and sensuality of the human body. Read More...

At the next Photographers Dining Club are gathering once again for an inspirational evening of talks, food and good company to explore and discuss the … Read More...

BIRDIE is a new, intimate conference bringing together the photography community with inspiring photographers, speakers and storytellers for talks and discussion. One-day photography conference, BIRDIE, will take place at Shoreditch Village Hall in London on Saturday 13 September 2014. www.birdieconf.com Read More...

As artists and photographers are increasingly looking for innovative and unique ways to present their photographic projects, this new Members’ event at Photofusion shows you how to fold, stitch and bind your own book structures. Read More...

Brett Rogers who is the director of The Photographers’ Gallery , since taking on the role in 2005 Roger’s has led the gallery through new changes and development. Roger’s  been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday 2014 Honours List for services to the arts. Before joining The Photographer’s Gallery Roger’s worked for the Arts department at the British Council as Deputy Director and Head of Exhibitions. During her time there she was responsible for establishing the photography programme and policy for the British Council as well as organising major exhibitions including Anish Kapoor, XLIV Biennale di Venezia, British Pavilion, Venice, 1990; Look Read More...