Since 2012, Fujifilm has donated more than £525,000 to WaterAid, a not-for-profit organisation that has sustainable development as a key part of their business agenda.
This month, we have teamed up with the charity to create ‘Madagascar in the field’, a new photography project to bring to life the stories of two remote communities in Madagascar and visually highlight the true impact of clean water and good hygiene on community life.
Fujifilm X-Photographer Saraya Cortaville joined local WaterAid photographer Ernest Randriarmalala to get a real snapshot into community life in the villages of Tsarafangitra and Ambohimanatrika.
These photos, shot on the FUJIFILM X-T3, are now on display at FUJIFILM House of Photography in London, UK – and also available in a unique photobook, printed on the Fujifilm JetPress 750S.
For more details read the article ‘Madagascar in The Frame’ on FUJIFILM UK