UPDATE: The Ilford Photo Day has been rescheduled for Saturday 8 October!
Ilford Photo Day is your chance to say hello. There are lots of reasons to come down and get involved. Including an Ilford Photo Walk around Brixton with London Camera Project, free health checks from PPP Repairs, the latest exhibition at Photofusion and a warm welcome from Parallax.
On Saturday 8 October, between 11am and 4pm, we will be hosting an Ilford Photo Day and there are loads of reasons to head down and say hello!
Ilford Photo Walk With London Camera Project
1:30pm – 3:30pm
Join Robert of London Camera Project for a Photo Walk around Brixton. Meet new people, shoot some Ilford film, and explore the area through your camera’s lens.
The walk will explore our local community in Brixton, and Robert will show you around the area. The ticket includes a roll of Ilford film to shoot on the walk and free processing at Photofusion.
Thank you to Ilford for supporting this event.
Bring your camera for a free film camera health check-up. PPP Cameras will take a look at your camera and will even be conducting on-site repairs where possible. This is a great opportunity to come to meet PPP and have a chat about giving film cameras a new lease of life.
Visit the latest exhibition in the gallery. Small Town Inertia by J A Mortram, is a solo exhibition based around his publication and long-term project of over ten years photographing his small community near Dereham, Norfolk.
All day Photofusion will be giving welcome tours of the building. It’s your chance to see the darkrooms, education rooms, digital suite and gallery. They will also introduce visitors to the membership program and the opportunities for students to get discounts.
Parallax Photographic Coop
We will be open, welcoming visitors and introducing the range of products we sell. You can stop by and stock up on your film photography essentials.
How To Find Us
Our entrance is up at Brixton Recreation Centre on Brixton Station Road. Go up the steps or take the ramp. You’ll find us through the gate at the end of the walkway, past the Recreation Centre entrance.