IN celebration of World Photography Day (Monday August 19) - leading photography brand Fujifilm is giving away free prints to people across the Black Country.

Snappers are invited to visit and upload up to three photos, taken on any device, and large prints will be sent to in the post.

Andy Ross, head of corporate communications at Fujifilm, said: “Taking photos and capturing memories is so much fun – but over 3.9 trillion photos are trapped in phones, computers, and hard drives. This World Photography Day, we’re on a mission to free them, exhibit them, and show your world. So we’re giving away free prints to all."

Photographers are asked to choose the category which fits their photo best - ‘My Everyday’, ‘My Fun’, ‘My Tribe’, ‘My View’, ‘My Truth’ and ‘My Adventures’ - and they could be in with a chance of seeing their photo included in the largest crowd sourced exhibition in the UK.

The My Life exhibition will bring together the best 10,000 images at a gallery in London’s Truman Brewery from October 24 to 27, 2019, and aims to paint a complete picture of life in the UK.

As well as free prints - those who submit images will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win one of nine instax SQUARE SQ6 cameras worth £149.99, or one 1 FUJIFILM X-T100 camera worth £700.

For every image displayed in the gallery, Fujifilm will also donate £2.50 to youth charity, The Mix.

Photos should be uploaded by September 13, 2019.