Join us Saturday 8th October, 11am – 4pm in Photofusion Gallery for an ILFORD sponsored photo day. We are planning a photo day featuring an ILFORD Photo Walk, led by London Camera Project and Pierro from PPP Cameras to be in the gallery to advise on any of your camera needs.  Sign up to the ILFORD Photo Walk via Eventbrite. (Photofusion Members 15% off) Ticket price includes an optional process and low res scan of your film. ILFORD Photo Walk – Starting at 1:30pm – 3:30pm and led by London Camera Project. PPP Cameras – Pierro will be set up in Read More...

London Creative Network is a tailored professional development programme for London-based visual artists, craft makers and photographers. Between July and December 2022, London Creative Network will support visual artists through a tailored programme of professional development.  Artists who take part in the programme at Photofusion can expect: Workshops led by a team of professionals where you will meet other artists. Previous sessions have included studio sessions, light workshops and camera introductions such as Large Format.  Who can apply:  Artists must be HMRC registered or in process of becoming self-employed (you will be asked for your Unique Tax Reference on the Read More...

Project statement: Canvey Island is famous for being below sea level, for it’s devastating flood, for being the birthplace of Dr Feelgood, for Essex-ness and for it’s omni-present dominating sea wall. Although just 30 miles outside of London, it might be a different country – it has a reputation for ‘otherness’ and an island independence, having returned one of the top 5 highest pro-Brexit votes in the entire country. It’s also place of change with it’s sprawling chalet parks and housing estates and the population continues to increase with Londoners moving out, following the long tradition of moving eastwards from Read More...

In an age of digital perfection and digital reproduction there are many artists who look backwards and sideways to create something new and different. Many look to historical and alternative photographic processes as an antidote to digital perfection, exchanging computer for darkroom, perfection for the unpredictable, machine made for hand made. Read More...

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

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

Darkroom technician Simon Fernandez delves into the murky world of alternative darkroom techniques in this latest blog post – featuring the work of photographic artist Alexandra Waespi. 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 Member Michael Stern has spent the day creating photography stereograms in the darkrooms! Read More...

When Simon’s not processing negatives or providing technical support for the darkrooms, he’s usually out taking photographs… Read More...

Peter Luck, Photofusion Member, has been printing in the darkrooms in preparation for his upcoming exhibition So: Now? running from 1-16 June 2013 at The Greenwich Gallery, London. Read More...

City Lit are holding their Traditional black and white darkroom practice: stage 2 course in the Photofusion darkrooms on Monday afternoons from 10th June for 5 weeks. Read More...

“Whilst the term ‘archival processing’ seems to suggest that a great deal of extra effort has to be made, in reality only a little more care and attention is needed to help prolong the life of the image – mostly in the fixing and washing stages.”

In this article, master printer Nick Jones provides a sound basis on which to get to grips with printing your own archival prints. Featuring a gallery of stunning images printed by Nick for photographer Kim Shaw. 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...

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