My Life, a photography exhibition from Fujifilm, is inviting young people nationwide to submit their photos from any device – from smartphones to cameras. The exhibition’s aim is to showcase what life is like through the lens of those under the age of 25 in the UK.

With 2019 already a big year of change in the UK, Fujifilm’s ambition is to create one of the largest crowd-sourced photo exhibitions ever hosted in UK.

To submit your photo for free, visit and pick from one of the six categories that is most suitable for the image being submitted. All entries for the exhibition, successful or not, will receive a print of the image directly from Fujifilm. Entries are open now until late August, with the exhibition taking place at London’s Truman Brewery from Thursday, October 24, to Sunday, October 27.

Submission categories:

1. My Everyday: What your world is when it comes to work and at home. From hanging around in your ‘comfies’ to the canteen in the office.

2. My Fun: Everyone does something with their spare time, what do you do?

3. My Tribe: Relationships are important to everyone; people impact our lives in different ways and at different times and become our tribes.

4. My Surrounding: Our country is full of remarkable surroundings, what stands out to you?

5. My Truths: As the UK goes through a time of change, what is your reality and truth?

6. My Adventures: Anything can be an adventure. Going to new places, revisiting old haunts, or trying something a little different

Fujifilm has partnered with The Mix, a charity that provides information and emotional

support to young people under the age of 25, through social, online and helpline services. For every photo chosen to feature in the exhibition Fujifilm will donate £2.50 to help support young people under 25 across the UK.

Karina Thomsen, Head of Marketing - Photo Imaging at Fujifilm UK Ltd, said: “We are excited to see what the UK looks like through the lens of the UK’s younger generation, and really showing the value of photography being printed out and shared away from social media. 2019 is a huge year of change in the UK and we feel that this exhibition allows us not to only showcase the country’s youth culture and identify, but also the chance to understand the emotional, creative and cultural impact these events are having on our younger generations.”