Photofusion SALON/15 exhibition is representative of the diverse community of Members who are working across all genres of photography. Miranda Gavin reviews. Read More...

Blog post announcing the winners of our SELECT/16 Members’ Exhibition, including Emma Evelyn Speight, Andrew Meredith, Andrew Youngson and Caroline Jane Harris. Read More...

Miranda Gavin reviews ‘Lee Miller: A Woman’s War’ by Hilary Roberts, the curator of photography at the Imperial War Museum in London. Read More...

Call to photographers to send an image for the website Win a Prize: 1 year free Membership (new or continuation) given to a photograph selected by Francesca Moore. Photofusion is inviting photographers to send in one photograph of a family portrait they have taken (in any medium including mobile phone). We’ll then put them on our gallery website with your name and small caption information about the image. This is inspired by Francesca’s photographic project, Bhopal: Facing 30, now in the last few days of exhibition at Photofusion – so if you haven’t yet seen it, catch it while you Read More...

Member profile for Brixton based photographer, Oliver Mayhall Read More...

Welcome to the first of Miranda Gavin’s bimonthly Photofusion Members’ Project Reviews. This month, Miranda reviews the work of Amanda Jobson. Read More...

Miranda Gavin reviews ‘Bhopal: Facing 30′, Francesca Moore’s self-published book that accompanies the exhibition of the same name. Read More...

Miranda Gavin considers photography and the removal of images in her latest blog post. Read More...

The third of Miranda Gavin’s monthly photobook reviews. This month, Miranda reviews ‘a story to share’ by Roberto Rubalcava. Read More...

The second of Miranda Gavin’s monthly photobook reviews. This month, Miranda reviews NET WEIGHT 7 OZ by Thomas Bron and Pablo Jomaron Read More...

The first of Miranda Gavin’s monthly photobook reviews. This month, Miranda reviews ON by Eamonn Doyle. Read More...

Long-term Photofusion Member and exhibitor, Lydia Goldblatt’s upcoming projects…. Read More...

Marie Smith’s work explores female identity within the banality of the domestic space in a post-feminist social context. Read More...

Paul Ellis on the rediscovery of the wonderful medium of Liquid Light. Read More...

Thursday 28 January 2016, 19:00 Free and exclusive to Photofusion Members 20 Images x 20 Seconds. Come along to hear from 8-10 of the photographers from the Photofusion SALON/15 Members’ exhibition present a larger selection of images from their project in the show following the Pecha Kucha 20×20 format. Each artist will have a slideshow of 20 images, and only 20 seconds per image to talk, resulting in a series of quickfire talks lasting exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds each, followed by a short Q&A session at the end. This years artists include : Anthony Carr, Caroline Jane Harris, Read More...

Miranda Gavin, editor at large for Hotshoe, will be talking about competitions and submissions. She’ll be sharing insights into the selection process, weighing up the pros and cons of competitions, and discussing what makes a “winning” image. Read More...

It is a great pleasure to announce that I will be writing on a regular basis, two articles per month, for the Photofusion website. I have long been a supporter of Photofusion and the breadth of its work and range of facilities, including a gallery, darkrooms, and digital imaging suite. When I was asked if I wanted to contribute to the website, I had no hesitation. Read More...

ICARUS by photographer Nicolas Laborie is a Wet Plate Collodion photography series inspired by the Greek mythology of Icarus and looking at the price of female freedom in today’s world. Read More...

Photofusion Member, Sara Shamsavari’s upcoming exhibitions… Read More...

To mark the opening of Francesca Moore’s exhibition Bhopal: Facing 30, Photofusion will host an ‘In Conversation’ with Martin Barnes, Senior Curator, Photographs, Victoria and Albert Museum. Read More...

Our first ‘Photofusion Wednesday’ happened last week with the launch of Spencer Murphy’s new exhibition, The Abyss Gazes Into You. Thank you Spencer, thank you Kim and thank you Jenna for a great launch. Read More...

Sitting here staring at the mosaic of detritus stuck on the wall in front of my desk – exhibition invites, photocopies, reminder notes, a workflow diagram, St John Ambulance First Aid at Work Certificate, cartoons, Fire Extinguisher Colour Coding Card and photos, lots of photos…. Read More...

Keith Greenough’s exhibition Lifting the Curtain is a timely reminder of Booth’s work. Photographs of modern day places are juxtaposed with texts drawn from the 1889 survey. The locations pictured are places Booth and his associates would have visited. Read More...

Recap of Visa pour l’Image Perpignan Festival 2015 by Tristan Lund Read More...

I am Baku (Azerbaijan) based photographer. My greatest interest is portraits of children. These photographs serve as a reminder to look into ourselves and find our inner child. I am fascinated by their frankness. I often use my own children in my photo shoots. I am using Olympus OM-1n as well as Canon EOS 5D in most of my work. Read More...

This July Photofusion partnered with SW Connects to set up a pop-up workshop for military men and women and their families at the Wellington Barracks in Central Westminster. Photofusion member, Andy Barker and Photoufsion’s Community Programme Manager Lizzy King, worked with Leah Whittingham of SW Connects to capture many faces and warmth of the Army.   Shannon Grey (17) is a long-time participant on Photoufsion’s community programmes attended the Wellington Barracks Pop-Up workshop as part of her work experience here at Photofusion. Here is what Shannon noted from the day: The original plans for the shoot were aimed at offering Read More...

To accompany the Spencer Murphy exhibition we have an evening of portfolio reviews with Spencer Murphy, Christiane Monarchi and Anthony Luvera. Read More...

Growing up on a farm in Australia cultivated Lisa’s passion for all things food. Moving from a self-sufficient lifestyle to London, Lisa started to work for a design agency, where one of her roles was Art Direction which sparked her interest in photography. Now with 15 years’ experience she has photographed producers from all over the world to Michelin starred chefs. Read More...

This weekend was the Lambeth Country Show hosted in Brockwell park. Photofusion hosted a cyanotype workshop free to children and young people… Read More...

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

Are you an aspiring shutterbug with an eye for a striking black and white image? Do you feel driven to capture life in all its majesty, horror, irony and beauty? Would you like to be the next Sebastião Salgado? Read More...

Inspired by the Science Museum’s exhibition, ‘Revelations: Experiments in Photography’ Photofusion has invited photographers to send in one photograph made using experimental photographic techniques or alternative processes. If you’d like to submit and image, click here for more information. Sally Gunnett Chemigram created using an oil and salt resist and a circular mask. Instagram account: sallyvgu Robin Cracknell I shoot with old cameras, expired film and print through various semi-transparent materials like mouldy cine film, damaged glass, etc. This image of my son was shot with expired (later bleached) film, printed through a randomly chosen section of Chinese cine film Read More...

Photofusion are pleased to be working with ChantiMedia again for another panel discussion. This discussion will feature AJ Silistre, Lizzy Brown, Fiona Compton and Sherion Mullings will be held here at the Photofusion Photofusion Gallery. Read More...

In 2012 Corrie Wingate (NCM participant) set off to Kenya to run a participatory photography project with a bunch of kids at ANIDAN, a children’s shelter on Lamu island. The results from the workshops were quite extraordinary and prompted a discussion about providing a creative education to the children on Lamu island.  One year later a dedicated art centre was built on site at ANIDAN and has since been providing an arts education for around 200 children. One full time art teacher is employed and several local artists teach at weekends.  In 2014 a grant was awarded by The African Read More...

International Men’s Health Week is recognised globally from 15 – 21 June. Photographer and Photofusion Member Richard Pilnick has been photographing male yoga practitioners with a view to deepen the understanding of Body & Mind. With the ever changing roles we play within society, it’s more important than ever to find synergy in our lives. Through the practice of Yoga we can find peace in the mind, through movement & breathing meditation helping to silence the internal chatter. To see more of Richard Pilnick’s work:  http://www.richardpilnick.com Read More...

Day out for Photofusion member CJ Everard; 07.30  EasyJet from Gatwick to Madrid for a packed day of events in Madrid. First stop, Ivory Press the best book shop in Madrid and the opportunity to present my first photographer’s book to Valerie Maasburg and Maria Anaya. They loved it, they bought it! Thank you Valerie and Maria. I am very proud to have my book presented in Ivory Press. Next stop, La Fabrica bookshop on Alameda. Elvira Martin, the manager needed a delivery of my book as it had been short listed for Best Photography Book of the Year at Read More...

Call to photographers to send an image for the gallery website Win a Prize: 1 year free Membership (new or continuation) given to a selected photograph New courses in alternative processes The Science Museum is currently showing an exhibition called “Revelations: Experiments in Photography” until 13 September. Inspired by the exhibition, Photofusion is inviting photographers to send in one photograph made using experimental photographic techniques or alternative processes. We’ll then put them on our gallery website with your name and small caption information about the processes used. To send in an image, please follow these instructions: – Image format: Jpeg, Read More...

Photo London will be a major international photography event that will take place at Somerset House, in the heart of London, from 21-24 May 2015. Read More...

Group Artists Talk Thursday 11 June, 19:00 in the Photofusion Gallery Free for Members (£5.00 non-members) Four exhibitors from the most recent members’ photography exhibition SALON/14, were selected to exhibit their full body of work in Photofusion SELECT/15. These artists have each been awarded a bursary alongside mentoring from Photofusion staff towards developing and exhibiting new, unseen work. For this event, the exhibiting photographers Emilia, Lucy, Thomas and Willem will be discussing their photographic projects in the exhibition. The discussion will be chaired by Federica Chiocchetti. Chiocchetti is a PhD researcher in photography and fictions at the University of Westminster, Read More...

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

Photofusion member Tom Lovelace is showcasing a selection of latest photography in an exhibition titled ‘This Way Up’ at Flowers Gallery on Kingsland Road, London. Read More...

ChantiMedia presents a panel discussion of 5 photographers who will discuss in detail the importance of documenting culture and history of the Caribbean and it’s diaspora, the discussion will be chaired by Chantal Miller founder of ChantiMedia. Read More...

Photofusion is delighted to announce that we’ve received two major awards of nearly £200,000 from two UK funding bodies. Arts Council England (ACE) has awarded over £95,600 from its Grants for the Arts fund and Children in Need has awarded over £99,000. The money will enable Photofusion to deliver two new initiatives: Future Focus, a one-year professional development programme for early career photographers and Healthy Relationships, a three-year project for young offenders. This builds on the organisation’s extensive experience and highly respected history of delivering creative, professional training and successful community arts programmes. Future Focus will enable 100 photographic artists Read More...

Thursday 2 July, 19:00 Free & exclusive to Photofusion members For booking, please complete the form at the bottom of this page Continuing on with our programme of Members’ events, we are pleased to announce a new Members’ peer critique session that will be taking place in May. If you are interested in presenting a recent photographic body of work, that is either mid-completion and you are seeking guidance/advice on how to proceed with it, or nearly complete and looking for some final constructive feedback before putting it out there, then let us know! Up to five members will be Read More...

Make the most of your bank holiday weekend and submit some of your photographs to the current competitions calling for entries. Read More...

Photofusion’s Angad Kaur discusses how organising public talks and running workshops can be a rewarding and valuable way of expanding skills, exploring new perspectives, developing new audiences and networks, alongside opening up another income generating route. Read More...

I am a Freelance Photographer who works with Opera and Theatre Productions such as Hampstead Garden Opera, The Merry Opera Company, English Touring Opera Education, Unexpected Opera, Brent Opera, Centre Stage London, Blackheath Halls, and also for Sport and Corporate Events. Read More...

Photography [De] Materialised: Photography exhibition at Oxford House, London in April 2015, Read More...

This week in the digital bureau we have been printing the work of Mo Greig, Vikram Kushwah and Robin Little. Read More...

Jon Baker, current gallery exhibitor and recent graduate from Chelsea College of Arts, has just been shortlisted as a finalist for the Catlin Prize 2015. Read More...

As part of the Brixton Live cultural partnership, Photofusion is hosting a panel discussion exploring the inspiration, challenges, opportunities and experiences of being a woman in the arts, working in a range of disciplines including photography, dance and theatre. Read More...

Review of Photofusion’s studio lighting course by David Fogel, course participant. Read More...

Here are two current projects by photographer Ian Flanders: Ember Sports Club and Portraits from the Inside. Read More...

A participant on our current New Creative Markets programme, Catriona Gray, has been doing a photography project around the Ukrainian Revolution. Catriona lived in Kyiv for 2 years and has been tweeting one image a day since the beginning of February to commemorate the anniversary of the unfinished revolution. Read More...

Sara Shamsavari is pleased to present her series of portrait photographs titled ‘Veil Series’ at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Read More...

Photography Exhibition. The NEC will once again open its doors to thousands of fellow photography enthusiasts, seasoned professionals and trade visitors. Read More...

In his latest blog post, Paul Ellis discusses the slow movement and the merits of using film SLRs over digital cameras. Read More...

Sonia Jeunet will share her insights and experience working as a photo editor for various international magazines, photo agencies and currently at Panos Pictures. Read More...

The jury of the 58th annual World Press Photo Contest has selected an image by Danish photographer Mads Nissen as the World Press Photo of the Year 2014. Read More...

Set up by Photofusion member and photographer Dafna Talmor, along with Minna Kantonen and Emma Wieslander, On Landscape #2 seeks to instigate a series of discussions, raise questions and incite debate on representations of landscape Read More...

From the 138 photographs in this year’s Photofusion SALON exhibition, the public had the opportunity to choose their favourite to be nominated for the Photofusion Salon Public’s Choice Award 2014. Read More...

The deadline for submissions to Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2015 is fast approaching. Submissions close 8 February 2015. Read More...

Calling for Entries: Voies Off Photography Prize. Winners get showcased in the night projections that take place during the opening week of the Rencontres d’Arles Festival, and have become an international reference for the discovery of emerging artists. Read More...

Uncertain States have announced their upcoming ‘First Tuesday Photography Talk’ for Tuesday 3rd Feb with guest speaker Leah Gordon. Read More...

Since graduating from the University of Brighton in 2012, Emma Evelyn has undergone a number of personal projects. From creating an archive of the people who have defined her adult life in Brighton, to undergoing a month long research trip to Iceland, she explores and documents her surrounding using her camera as a means of collecting and gathering the stories she stumbles upon. Emma shoots exclusively on film and in between adventures is currently based in Brighton, UK.   www.emmaevelyn.co.uk Read More...

This week in the digital bureau we have been printed the work of Elena Zaytseva for an upcoming exhibition that she has curated at Pushkin House. Read More...

We were delighted to have members from The SHARP End – ‘Seniors Health & Retirement Project’ come to visit our current Photofusion SALON/14 exhibition on Thursday. The visit was organised by one of the exhibitors in the show, Eva Bachmann. Read More...

Mirrorless cameras bridge the gap between a D-SLR and a compact (or smartphone). They combine the best of both worlds – the flexibility and quality of a DSLR and the size of a compact camera.Photofusion’s Paul Ellis discusses their merits. Read More...

Microsoft and Thomson Reuters Foundation is inviting you to take part in this year’s annual ‘Trust Women Photo Award’, which advances women’s rights, in return for some amazing career opportunities. Read More...

This week in the digital printing bureau at Photofusion, we can see some fantastic prints by Brian Watt, Paul Halliday, and Jason Oddy. Read More...

Gina Glover, Geof Rayner and Jessica Rayner talk about their book, The Metabolic Landscape: Perception, Practice and the Energy Transition. Read More...

In the summer of 2014 Foam presented ‘Don’t Stop Now: Fashion Photography Next’ in Amsterdam. This exhibition, which offers an exciting glimpse into the wealth of contemporary practices in fashion photography, now travels to London where it will be opened in the Fashion Space Gallery. Read More...

Don’t miss our patron, Simon Roberts, talking about his photographic project Desert Island Pics with Photoworks at the London Art Fair on Saturday 24 January 2015, 11am. Read More...

Photofusion Member James Gifford-Mead is a full time London photographer. Read More...

Every weekend, thousands of British hobbyists converge in empty fields to dig trenches, erect tents, gas up their tanks, and stage battles from Normandy to North Africa. Daniella Zalcman has documented these Britain’s Sunday Soldiers. Read More...

From the work of the 100 photographs on the wall in this year’s Photofusion SALON exhibition, Dec 2014 – January 30 2015, the public have the opportunity to choose their favourite image to be nominated for the “Photofusion SALON Public’s Choice Award 2014”. Read More...

Magnum Photos and The Photography Show’s joint photography competition are giving 30 IdeasTap members the opportunity to have their work exhibited in front of thousands of visitors at The Photography Show, 21-24 March 2015 (Birmingham NEC). Read More...

Taking a new perspective on the exhibitions celebrating the centenary of the first world war, Conflict Time Photography at Tate Modern is definitely worth a visit Read More...