Our annual photography contest closes next Wednesday, January 11 — get your images of the D.C. area in soon to be part of the big event in March.
- ExposedDC founder Heather Goss was invited on local photographer Lynford Morton’s podcast, Shutterbug Life, to talk about how she organizes photography events in the city, and what she looks for in winning images for the annual contest. (Enter now!)
- Our In Frame curator, Caroline Space, went through all her 2016 selections and made a short gallery with her favorites from the year.
- Tonight at 6:30 p.m. attend a talk by local photographer Andrew Golda on his Keystone State documentary project about the landscapes and moods of Pennsylvania on the eve of the 2016 Presidential election.
- Marcel Heijnen takes photographs of cats in traditional Hong Kong shops.
- Photographer Tim Dodd bought an old Russian spacesuit and began the ongoing series The Everyday Astronaut. Hear all about his work on this episode of the podcast Are We There Yet?
- The Alexia Foundation is now accepting applications from photographers for its $20,000 Professional Grant program. The deadline is January 31, 5 p.m. EST.
- “This seems like the photo that will be in all of the next century’s history books. If there are still people here to study history.”
- “In a super shocking announcement” at CES 2017, Kodak is bringing back its Ektachrome 100 film in 35mm format, which they discontinued in 2012.
- “Great photo editors are great, exhibit #784.”
The Guardian’s US picture editor, Sarah Gilbert, selects her favo(u)rite pictures from Obama’s presidency.
Thai baby elephant Clear Sky enjoys a hydrotherapy session at a veterinary clinic. (Is the fourth image a meme yet?)
P.S. Save the date for our next happy hour, January 18 at Meridian Pint!