Welcome to the Fujifilm House of Photography in the heart of London, UK. Opening its doors at the beginning of 2020, only to close them a few weeks later due to a crisis that dominates our daily lives. Nevertheless, this project has proven to be a great success and welcomes thousands of visitors every week.
Fujifilm House of Photography, located in the heart of Convent Garden, London, is the UK’s first experience center around photography, celebrating all aspects of taking, making and sharing photos. Three floors are dedicated exclusively to Fujifilm products, including our instax cameras and printers, as well as our X and GFX camera systems, lenses, accessories and more.
Want to do a photo shoot but do not know where? No problem, the Fujifilm House of Photography has it all. Our House of Photography has its own studio that YOU can rent. It is equipped with professional lighting, creative backgrounds and accessories, so you can learn, experiment and take great pictures. Of course, this is a place for beginners and experienced photographers alike. Fujifilm’s expert staff is on hand to assist you if needed, and you can use Fujifilm cameras and lenses for FREE during your stay at the studio.
Want to learn more about cameras and how to get the most out of them? Take one of our photography classes or join other like-minded people to try out a new genre of photography or our equipment while exploring new places t one of our photowalks.
Another highlight is hidden on the second floor, dedicated to photographers and their work. Welcome to the small but mighty photography gallery at the House of Photography in London. Experience the work of passionate photographers in the frequently changing gallery. Pro-tip: The window above “The House of Fujifilm” sign, which you can see from the street, already gives you a hint of what the current exhibition is about.
There’s more to the Fujifilm House of Photography than you might think. If you’re in London, you should definitely put it on your bucket list!
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