Have you entered our annual photo contest yet? You have until January 11 to submit your images that show the life and culture of Washington, D.C. and the metro area. We’ll be announcing more exciting details about this year’s show soon—make sure you’re a part of it! And now on to Friday Links:
- Capital Weather Gang shared their 5 favorite weather photos from last year.
- Scroll back to all those garden beauty shots you took last spring and enter them into Washington Gardener Magazine’s 12th annual photo contest before January 22.
- Sign your high schooler up for Photography for Teens at The Art League, an eight-session class starting January 21.
- Aerial photographer Mark Holtzman talked to the Atlantic about how he took this photo of a B-2 stealth bomber over the Rose Bowl.
- Pacific Standard features Anthony Carbajal, a 28-year-old with ALS who decided to use his photography skills to find hope.
- Go see the finalists of the Air & Space / Smithsonian photo contest and vote for your favorite to get a Readers’ Choice prize before January 14.
- Photography exhibition documents the immigrant experience from the 1860s through 2015. On view at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York until Jan. 27.
- Senior writer for Adorama Learning Center shares five digital photography technology predictions for 2018.
- From 1893 to 1897, Carl Størmer used a hidden camera to photograph life in Oslo, Norway while attending university.