Once again, Fujifilm will be part of Photokina, the world’s leading trade fair for photo and video, presenting the newest innovations in the photo industry. The fair of 2018 will be held from 26th to 29th September in Cologne, Germany and with Fujifilm, everybody can be part of it.
Every photo is worth printing! Europe-wide Fujifilm invites everybody to take part in the Fujifilm “Shoot.Print.Share @ Inspire Printing” photographic exhibition to be held at Photokina. Everybody is invited to be part of the “@ Inspire Printing” exhibition with their photo and to help Fujifilm shift the focus back to the significance of photo prints and those precious everyday moments. Under the slogan “Every photo is worth printing” all photography enthusiasts have the chance to upload a photo until 31st July 2018.
Celebrate the everyday
Always on the lookout for new sensations and something special and supreme, we often miss the beauty of small and big everyday moments we think are simple. In keeping with the motto Celebrate the everyday, the little moments in life can make a big impression. It’s time to capture those unique everyday moments, get them on paper and share them with others. Shoot.Print.Share – That’s it.
Everyone can upload a photo of their choice that depicts a moment in their everyday life. It makes no difference if they are an amateur or a professional photographer if the photo was taken with a smartphone or a professional camera. Fujifilm wants to encourage people to think about the different experience they have when handling a photograph by showing the diversity of photos at this year’s Photokina.
Just upload your photo and be part of the one-of-a-kind exhibition by Fujifilm at Photokina 2018 in Cologne.
By uploading the photo the first 5,000 participants will receive a free print of it on a stylish square Fujiblox. The 20 x 20 cm Fujiblox will be printed on Fujifilm original photopaper and mounted on a 20 mm thick block.
Photo Is – photographic event in Japan
The idea for the European “@ Inspire Printing” exhibition comes within the context of the ‘Photo Is’ exhibition by Fujifilm, which is run over the past 10 years in Japan with 50,000 photos. So far, a total of more than 280,000 images have been collected and exhibited in several Japanese cities to increase awareness that it’s not just taking photographs.