Fujifilm launches it’s second digital printlife@home exhibition to share the stories behind photos taken across Europe.
After long lockdowns across Europe, photography has been firmly established a key part of collecting new memories as families, friends and loved ones begin to reunite with one another. Every photo tells a story, and Fujifilm is calling for these stories to be shared in this year’s printlife@home exhibition.

printlife@home is open for any member of the public to enter their photos to Fujifilm’s second virtual photo exhibition until 5 December 2021 on www.fujifilm-printlife.eu. The exhibition is open to everyone, irrespective of whether their photos are shot on a smartphone or a camera.

Creating and looking back at memories through the medium of photography has provided comfort and happiness to many through these difficult periods, so Fujifilm wants the public to not only share their special snaps but also their arrangements or displays of photos at home to provide the feeling of walking through personal galleries, providing the perfect storytelling setting.

Last year’s exhibition really demonstrated the simultaneously shared and unique experiences we have all been through over the last 18 months, giving focus to the varied cultures, roles and identities emerging from the hundreds of thousands of uploaded photos.
The printlife@home exhibition provides a unique snapshot into how daily life has changed – and continues to change – using the creativity of photography. We want to continue this discovery journey this year and look forward to seeing and reviewing the thousands of entries we hope to receive.

Find out more: www.fujifilm-printlife.eu