Celebrate The Everyday With Your Free Fujiblox!
There are so many beautiful moments to experience as a parent, which you'll cherish forever. As well as milestones like that first smile, or watching your little one learn to walk; there are countless everyday gems to enjoy, many of which have been caught on camera.
You might have pictures of that impromptu outing to the seaside, a family meal, or that time your best friend got the giggles. But have you taken a moment to print them out?
There’s nothing quite like having the printed photograph in your hand, looking at a frame on the wall, or flicking through a photo album to relive amazing memories and everyday moments. That’s why Fujifilm are celebrating the everyday with their exciting European Fujifilm Photo Project: And you can be part of it!
How to enter
Simply upload a photo you’ve taken that depicts a moment in your everyday life, and you could receive a cool 20 x 20cm square Fujiblox for free.* They’ll even pay for the postage! But don't hang around, as only the first 5000 participants will get this amazing gift. All pictures submitted will then be exhibited at the incredible Europe-wide @ inspire printing exhibition by Fujifilm, taking place this September at Photokina in Cologne, Germany.
Whether you fancy snapping something new, or you’re already flicking through as-yet-unprinted photos on your phone; take a moment to admire the little things in life. And once you’ve picked that gem to upload, you might even find yourself printing out all the other classics you’d forgotten about. We certainly plan to!
“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. It's time to capture those unique everyday moments”
Shoot – Print – Share with INSPIRE PRINTING
*Be quick: Only the first 5,000 participants will receive a free 20cm x 20 cm Fujiblox, so don't delay! Tems and Conditions apply. For more information, go to www.inspire-printing.eu.
This article is kindly sponsored by Fujifilm.