Luminar Neo, FUJIFILM North America to host 50 free photo walks nationwide

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The Luminar Neo subsidiary of Skylum has collaborated with FUJIFILM North America Corp.’s Electronic Imaging Division for a new program to explore various metropolitan cities across the continental U.S. on a series of free, guided photo walks. Pre-registered participants will embark on walking adventures led by a local photography expert to explore their city’s local streets, parks, and hidden corners, all while creating urban, landscape, and portrait photography. The first photo walks will take place in Las Vegas, Dallas, and Salt Lake City, starting in March 2024.

As part of the guided photo walk experience, while on the photo walk, participants will also have the opportunity to try out Fujifilm’s latest cameras and lenses. They’ll also have the chance to interact with Luminar Neo and Fujifilm personnel in person, to gain valuable photography tips and insight.

“At Skylum, we believe in the power of exploring, learning, and connecting with others with shared interests,” said Ivan Kutanin, CEO of Skylum (parent company of Luminar Neo). “These photo walks are mini-adventures that will bring people together and allow them to see their surroundings in a new light. We appreciate the Fujifilm team’s support of this initiative and sharing our values. Look up the closest event to your location and join us in this celebration of photography and an incredible community.”

“At almost every event in which Fujifilm participates, we look for an opportunity to integrate photo walks,” said Victor Ha, vice president, FUJIFILM North America Corp., Electronic Imaging Division. “We see photo walks as incredibly important pieces of the creative process. They’re not only a way to build camaraderie among creators, but also to allow them to make compelling images and content in real-world settings. We’re excited to collaborate with Luminar Neo on these photo walks and to give local creators the tools needed to share ideas, expertise, and stories with each other, and the world.”