Fujifilm’s PrintLife Exhibition headed to Johannesburg in June this year

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If you’re a seasoned photographer or just an enthusiastic amateur there is an upcoming event that’s worth taking note of – the Fujifilm PrintLife Exhibition.

It’s a globally recognised event, and now it’s making its way to South Africa, with the Exhibition slated for Sandton City in Johannesburg from 18th to 24th June.

Along with showcasing a range of different photography styles and images, the PrintLife Exhibition us also opening up entries from the public to submit their own image, which could potentially be shown among the 3 000 expected to be on show during the week-long event.

“Images are not expected to be professional photos, with all digital images under consideration, in any category, whether landscapes, portraits, action, macro, street scenes or black-and-white. Photos taken with any brand of camera or smartphone are allowed, however, only one entry per person is permitted,” Fujifilm South Africa explained in a press release.

There’s also a bit of added incentive to enter, with all those who are successfully selected for PrintLife Exhibition receiving 20 jumbo photo prints from participating retailers for free.

They’ll also be entered into a draw for either enter a Fujifilm X-T100 mirrorless camera or one of five Instax instant cameras, or receive a 20 percent discount on their next photo book.

“It is truly an honour to be hosting the PrintLife Exhibition locally and we hope that all South Africans will submit their images to be part of this international photographic event,” Deon Brits, sales manager for the Photographic Imaging Division at Fujifilm South Africa.

If you’re interested in entering the deadline for submissions is 31st May.

For an idea of what the PrintLife Exhibition will be like, hit play on the video below showcasing the 2018 event in Osaka, Japan.

Robin-Leigh Chetty

Robin-Leigh Chetty

When he's not reviewing the latest smartphones, Robin-Leigh is writing about everything tech-related from IoT and smart cities, to 5G and cloud computing. He's also a keen photographer and dabbles in console games.