New membership offers and partnerships

We’re excited to announce two new membership benefits for PhotoVoice members – 20% off Triggertrap’s online store, and discounted use of darkroom facilities at Photofusion, as well as a new initiative from 12×12 which will help support our work.

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Triggertrap Ltd was founded in 2011, and was brought to life through crowdfunding site Kickstarter. Based in the UK, our flagship smartphone-based camera triggering solution, Triggertrap Mobile, has been downloaded more than 750,000 times and is in use by thousands of photographers in more than a hundred different countries.

PhotoVoice members will receive a 20% discount on their products from their online store at


Originally founded as the Photo Co-op in 1979 in Wandsworth, South London, Photofusion has metamorphosed from a small collective of documentary photographers to becoming London’s largest independent photography resource centre, moving to new premises in the vibrant heart of Brixton in 1991.

Photofusion provides a diverse range of photographic services that continually respond to the revolution and evolution of lens-based imagery. With analogue, digital and moving image facilities, Photofusion accomplishes its key function of delivering vital training, support and career progression to photographers of all abilities.

PhotoVoice members will receive discounted use of darkroom hire and film processing at Photofusion. For more about Photofusion, visit

12 by 12 is a year-long series of photo-challenges set by renowned photographers. Every month a new challenge is issued and group members are invited to interpret it by submitting their responses on Flickr or Instagram. 12×12 also has a Supporting Member scheme, and they have kindly offered to donate half of its proceeds to help support the work of PhotoVoice.

12×12 launches 5th March 2015, why not sign up to their mailing list or following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep abreast of the project’s progress.

Interested? Then why not take out PhotoVoice Membership?

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