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Genesis support The NEW Photographic Collections Network

The Photographic Collections Network (PCN) is a new organisation that aims to bring together anyone connected with photo collections or archives in the UK. Their aim is to secure our extraordinary shared visual heritage and to build enjoyment and understanding of our photographic history. Genesis are proud to collaborate and support The Photographic Collections.

Genesis Examines: Why Market Your Work?

New Genesis Examines Series

Our Marketing Manager Gabrielle offers insights into the (sometimes daunting) topic of why it’s important to market your artistic practice in the first of our Genesis Examines blog series.

Genesis Imaging CEO, Ken Sethi featured in Art + Framing Today

Ken Sethi of Genesis Imaging in the October issue of Art and Framing Today - The monthly magazine by The Fine Art Trade Guild

Genesis Imaging were featured in the October 2017 issue of The Fine Art Trade Guild’s monthly magazine, Art + Framing Today – a premier trade magazine for art, print & framing professionals. This issue includes an interview with our very own CEO, Ken Sethi, who discusses the history of Genesis Imaging, our services, collaborations and upcoming… Read more »

Brian Griffin: ‘POP’ Book Launch & Exhibition at Soundedit 2017

Siouxsie And The Banshees 'Dazzle' by Brian Griffin

‘POP’ is a comprehensive exploration of the music photography of Brian Griffin shot for album covers, single sleeves, posters and press. The 350 pages of this new book are illustrated over 160 record covers from more than 100 bands and musicians including many which are previously unpublished – including Ian Dury, The Clash, Depeche Mode, Echo And The Bunnymen, Iggy Pop, Kate Bush, The Specials, Elvis Costello and many more.

FORMAT 2017 – Genesis Imaging & Fujifilm Open Call Award: Winner Announced as Quentin Lacombe

Event Horizon, Exhibition at Format17, Derby March-April 2017. Image courtesy of Quantin Lacombe.

Genesis Imaging are once again delighted to support The FORMAT International Photography Festival 2017, the UK’s leading contemporary festival of Photography. In addition to this support we partnered with Fujifilm on the Genesis and Fujifilm Production Award – an award of £1000 worth of framing and printing (on Fujifilm Crystal Archive paper) which will be awarded to one photographer selected from the artists chosen to participate in this year’s festival.

Hire a Camera Episode 2, Featuring Fujifilm and Genesis Imaging

Hire a Camera visit Genesis Imaging in Fuylham to discuss Professional Photographic Printing with Ken Sethi, Genesis CEO and Steve Butler, Genesis Print Manager

This month’s Hire a Camera episode features Fujifilm UK’s General Manager Theo Georghiades, shooting Durdle Door in the rain and a visit to Genesis Imaging to understand why all photographers should print more of their images. We were delighted to welcome the team down to Genesis to explore professional printing with Ken Sethi, Genesis CEO,… Read more »

What Does the Term ‘Archival’ Really Mean?

New Fujicolour Crystal Archive Velvet C-type paper available at Genesis Imaging. Artwork © Paul Sanders

What Does the Term ‘Archival’ Mean? The term archival – when in the context of a material, such as paper – traditionally refers to its suitability to be used in archives and therefore its lifespan without change. The phrase is not quantifiable and no standards are set to describe how long such a material is expected… Read more »

Winners Announced: The Picture Editors Guild Awards 2016

Genesis Imaging are once again delighted to support the UK Picture Editors’ Guild annual awards as a sponsor of the Regional Photographer of the Year category. The UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards recognise outstanding photography from the world of news, royalty, sport, business, fashion and entertainment. Winners receive prizes from sponsors such as Bloomberg, British Airways and Fixation at the annual Awards event, which took take place in London at the Honourable Artillery Company Headquarters on 27th March 2017.