In case you missed the exciting news, our 13th annual photography contest is officially open for entries! What better time than now to reminisce about the last year while perusing your photos to find the perfect ones to submit. Entries are accepted through January 9, 2019. Now back to your regularly scheduled Friday Links:
- Head to Big Bear Cafe on Tuesday for Stop Motion’s quarterly photography slideshow, 7-9 p.m. There will be a printed publication available for sale as well.
- Winners have been announced for the Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition, which celebrates the power of photography to capture science.
- Ragnar Axelsson is photographing the disappearing glaciers of Iceland, an experience that he says can be “like being on a different planet.”
- Photoworks hosts the first solo exhibition of work from Frank Van Riper’s book, Recovered Memory: New York & Paris 1960-1980. A reception, gallery talk, and book signing will be held tonight from 6-8 p.m.
- The British Journal of Photography explores how photography is used to shed light on health-related matters.
- Peter Jackson’s new World War I documentary adds color and realism to original footage shot in black and white on hand-cranked cameras.
- Join Robert K. Headley and Exposed alum Pat Padua for their “Historic Movie Theaters of Washington, DC” book signing event at AFI Silver Theatre this Saturday, 4:30-7:30 p.m.
- Annie Leibovitz answers the 10 questions she is asked most frequently.