- Local photographer Nalinee Darmrong, who spent her teens following The Smiths, now has a photobook out from Rizzoli International Publications and her exhibition, “The Smiths: 1985-1986,” opens today at Studio 1469, 1469 Harvard St. NW (entry in rear).
- Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the Pulse club shooting in Orlando. Check in with the Orlando Sentinel for news and photos of the aftermath and the friends and family recovering together. (Many took a little solace and pride in the double rainbow that appeared over Pulse on Wednesday.)
- There’s a black bear roaming the D.C. suburbs. Be careful but send us your (long-distance) sightings!
Sign up to photograph birds at the National Zoo with the Capital Photography Center on June 25.
The WCP covers Ruddy Roye’s exhibit at the Leica Store DC gallery.
Coming soon to your iPhone: the ability to shoot RAW.
Love the photos in this National Geographic story about scholars who smuggled a priceless collection of ancient manuscripts out of Timbuktu to protect them from al Qaeda.
- ModCloth’s founder is in D.C. to support an anti-photoshopping bill known as the Truth in Advertising Act, which has been stalled in Congress for the past two years.
- Exposed alum and Best in Show winner Chris Suspect took first place for Best Street Photography Series at the inaugural StreetFoto San Francisco festival.
- Queen Elizabeth II turned 90 last Friday. There were some celebrations.
- Before and after photos show the lifecycle of various dog toys.
- “I photographed the animal, and when I looked at the picture carefully, I saw that I had recorded something unusual. My legs started shaking.” Ornithologist snaps bird last sighted in 1941.
- Yes, it’s been a while since we had a tiger kicker.