Photography collective ‘Uncertain States’ are back with the First Tuesday Talks in September. Agatha A. Nitecka will be speaking on Tuesday 2 September. Read More...

In light of our current SALON/14 Call for Submissions, we have interviewed last year’s winner of the Hotshoe Photofusion Award, Katarina Mudronova. Read More...

We are excited to announce the Call for Submissions for this year’s Members’ exhibition, Photofusion SALON/14, showcasing the talent and breadth of photographic and moving image work by Photofusion Members. Read More...

This is an open call to photographers of all skill levels, there is only one month left for you to submit images to this years’ Syngenta Photography Award, on the theme of Scarcity/Waste. Read More...

The group exhibition PUBLISH/CURATE celebrates leading independent photography book publishers, who by an invitation from director of Trolley Books, Hanna Watson, have selected artists of their own interest to be exhibited. Read More...

Jochen Klein is one of our four exhibitors from the current Photofusion SELECT/14 show. We caught up with Jochen to hear more about how his project ‘Flux’ came about. Read More...

“‘I AM’ is a body of work which see my sitters posing with no make-up, natural, no gimmicks, no nothing. This has proved challenging for some of the models, as they feel vulnerable and ‘naked’. The project aims to redefine beauty: “I just really began to see how I don’t need makeup to be beautiful” affirms one of the model” Nadia Nervo is a London based artist working with photography and moving image. “Most of my work revolves around people. I am fascinated by the relationship and personal interaction that evolves with each Individual I photograph. I am intrigued by Read More...

Photofusion Member Jonathon Vines has been commissioned by the Southbank Centre to run a two-day free portrait event as part of their Festival of Love on the weekend of 9 & 10 August. Read More...

Katarina Mudronova is one of our four exhibitors from the current Photofusion SELECT/14 show. We caught up with Katarina to hear more about how her project ‘Strategic Cooking’ came about. Read More...

Last Saturday Paul Ellis ran another of our popular summer Location Lighting courses. Here’s his blog about it: Normally in August the sun shines and all is hunky dory but the weather forecast was for heavy rain followed by sunshine followed by heavy rain and so on. With our fingers crossed we went on location and found just sunshine, hurrah, we shouted but I wanted the group to make a moody dramatic image – the way the sky is shortly before heavy rain. To simulate this we first made an exposure for the sky and then ‘tweaked’ this exposure until Read More...

Didn’t we Have a Lovely Time… is a group exhibition featuring work of John Hide, Simon Roberts, Luke Stephenson, Nicholas Hughes and Mike Perry, celebrating the British seaside. The exhibition is presented in the Print sales gallery of the Photographers Gallery. Read More...

To accompany the call for submissions to Photofusion SALON/14, we are hosting a Members’ evening on competitions, facilitated by Miranda Gavin Read More...

Since 2008, we have been hosting an Annual Members’ Photography Exhibition to showcase the talent and artistic quality produced by Photofusion Members. These exhibitions have grown from a group show of 13 photographers to our current new Salon and Select format of exhibitions, featuring over 100 artist’s work covering the gallery walls from floor to ceiling. Over the years, these exhibitions have caught the attention of press including the London Evening Standard, The British Journal of Photography, Brixton Bugle, as well as exhibiting artists featuring in editorial spreads in the Guardian Weekend and Hotshoe Photography magazine; win awards such as Read More...

Please join us for a discussion and Q&A between British practicing documentary war photographer and photojournalist Giles Duley and award-winning frontline journalist and documentary filmmaker, James Brabazon. Following this will be a screening of the film Which Way is the Frontline from Here? Read More...

Photofusion’s origins derive from the left-wing photographic collective and picture library – the Photo Co-op (1979 – 1991). Come join us to launch the online archive of the Co-ops eleven year existence and community activism. Read More...

Thursday 7 August 2014, 19.00 in the Photofusion Gallery. Come along to the gallery to hear Photofusion SELECT/14 exhibitors Jochen, Katarina and Travis discuss their photographic projects in the exhibition. Read More...

  Yesterday, our new baby was delivered. Weighing in at 220KG, we brought her up the stairs and into the printing room. Yes, the new baby is a Canon 9400 wide format digital printer, to replace our 8300 (who had become slightly tired and emotional). With a new machine comes a new set of media calibration and profiling, for the whole range of papers we use. With papers from Canson, Epson, Harman, Hahnemuhle and Innova, that is a whole stack of materials to run through. Test targets started running Friday afternoon – first profiles running Saturday and Sunday. Initial results Read More...