From the title of this photo we learn that these are “Vatican Diplomats Visiting the White House.” Visually, however, this looks like something that would inspire a Monkees songs. “Here they come, walking down the street…” Photo by Tom Mullins.
The Exposed DC / InstantDC Fall Review, featuring winning images by 45 local photographers, opens next Friday, October 3. Will we see you there? Tune in next Tuesday when we’ll announce the prize winners!
- The U.S. Forest Service says media needs photography permit in wilderness areas, almost certainly a constitutional violation.
- VICE presents its first photo critique show featuring Bruce Gilden “telling up-and-coming photographers if their work is transcendent, total crap, or somewhere in-between”.
- So wrong, and yet so good. Iconic photo portraits recreated with John Malkovich as the subject.
- iluvsturgis by Lacey Criswell and Amanda Hankerson explores love and commitment at the notorious Sturgis Motorcycle Rally held annually in Sturgis, South Dakota.
- A photographer uses all eight generations of iPhones to take the same picture and compare quality.
- This street artist takes photos of people tearing down his art, turns them into posters and slaps them up in place of the art they took down.
- Seen on friend-of-Exposed Andrew Wiseman’s blog New Columbia Heights: Whoa: Google Street View cameras go into Red Derby, Looking Glass, Red Rocks.
- Toronto-based Meera Sethi’s multimedia art project showcases the often-overlooked “Aunty” couture.
- Austrian photographer Reiner Riedler photographs famous film reels, exploring the relationship between the cinematic object and the cinematic experience in his series “The Unseen Seen.”
- Dubai photographer Richard Allenby-Pratt captures the impact of development on the desert.
- Take a good look at this rare Malayan tiger – it may be one of your last.
Join us at Washington ArtWorks / Washington School of Photography on Friday, October 3, 6:30-9:30 p.m., as we open the Exposed DC / InstantDC 2014 Fall Review! This photography exhibit features the best and most beautiful images from D.C.-area photographers. Over 1,000 images were submitted, with just 45 being accepted into what will be an extraordinary show of talent. This show was juried by Keith Lane and E. Brady Robinson, two photographers local to the D.C. Metro area.
Keep an eye out next Tuesday, September 30, when we’ll announce the prize winners of our fall exhibition. The Grand, Second, and Third place winners will receive cash prizes from Exposed DC and InstantDC, and five Honorable Mentions will receive prizes sponsored by BorrowLenses.com. Special thanks go out to Capitol Hill Frame & Photo, which is (you guessed it) printing and framing the winning images.
See you on October 3!
Exposed DC has been organizing one of the largest annual photography shows in the nation’s capital since 2006. They strive to connect all levels of photographers with networking, mentoring and exhibition opportunities by partnering with existing organizations such as InstantDC, a mobile-focused collective that boasts incredible local talent.