Our camera courses offer a wide variety of options for beginners and more advanced photographers. From one day DSLR camera workshops to longer, more in-depth courses, we offer both digital and traditional film SLR camera courses. All our camera courses are taught by experienced practitioners at our South London premises, located in the heart of Brixton’s vibrant market.
Photofusion Members receive a 15% discount on all courses. This is NOT available through our online booking system – to claim the discount please call us on 020 7738 5774.
Camera Course | Shooting On Film
On this course we will explore how to get the most out of film photography, with special attention being paid to metering and exposure. We will discuss approaches to shooting, work though a series of assignments in the local area, process film, and review/discuss resulting contact sheets.Dates: 16 June 2019
Time: 11:00 - 17:30
Length: 1 Day
Tutor: Luke Watson
Places: 6 places left
One Day Digital Camera Course
This great value beginners' photography course is an enjoyable introduction designed to get you up and running with your DSLR camera.
The Photograph: Ideas, Histories, Concepts
This eight-week course examines how to interpret the photograph from a range of perspectives. The course will be predominantly taught with space to interact with the ideas discussed. There will also be two sessions that involve close reading of key texts.
Intensive Photography Course
This exciting and varied photography course is designed for those who wish to learn the fundamentals of digital camera control, studio and flashgun lighting and post-production with Adobe Lightroom.
Large Format Portraiture Photography
Large format portraiture photography is the antithesis of digital photography providing course participants with a unique learning experience.Dates: 02 June 2019
Time: 11:00 - 17:00
Length: One Day
Tutor: Paul Ellis
Places: 4 places left
Pinhole Photography Workshop: Ilford Obscura
In this hands-on workshop participants will learn how to make a pinhole camera and use a selection of pinhole cameras to expose paper and film negatives and develop and print them in the darkroom.