We’ll be taking next week off to enjoy the holiday, so we’d like to wish everyone an early Happy Thanksgiving! We are grateful for all the amazing photographers in our community and getting to celebrate local photography with you all for going on 14 years now. Can you believe it?! Thank you for being part of this journey whether you’ve been along for the ride from the beginning or you just discovered us recently.
- In case you missed it, we announced the Best in Show judges for the 2020 Exposed DC Photography Show. Want them to select your image for a Best in Show award (and $100 cash prize)? Submit those potential winners to our 14th annual photography contest by December 12.
- Glen Echo Photoworks is having an opening reception for an exhibit featuring photography by Katherine T. Andrle and Gayle Rothschild tomorrow, 5-7 p.m., and on Sunday there will be a reception and gallery talk for two visual essays by Kathryn Mohrman and Mac Cosgrove-Davies, 5-7 p.m.
- Terry O’Neill, the photographer who chronicled London’s 1960s culture by capturing the public figures who defined the era, died earlier this week at the age of 81.
- Stop Motion is seeking documentary photography from D.C., Maryland, and Virginia for their last slideshow of the year; entries due by November 30.
- Fstoppers and Wix teamed up for a series about building websites for photographers, with the latest edition focusing on the best ways to send traffic to your site.
- A new algorithm called Sea-thru removes visual distortion caused by water to bring clarity to underwater photos.
- An exhibit at SFMOMA features John Beasley Greene’s photographs that focus on ancient monuments and landscapes in Egypt and Algeria from the 1850s, including an excavation in progress.