Thank you again to everyone who made our 14th Annual Photography Show possible and to everyone who came out to see the exhibition! We miss the show already but know you’ll keep the love of local photography alive throughout the year. We encourage you to share your images of the D.C. metro area with us by tagging your Instagram posts with #exposeddc and sharing images to our group on Flickr for a chance to be featured.
- Capture the Capital Columns at the National Arboretum over sunset and as the moon rises with Capital Photography Center on March 9 from 6:00-8:15 p.m., $99.
- Almost 100,000 images by Harlem photographer Shawn Walker have been acquired by the Library of Congress. The collection spans from the 1960s to the present and is the first comprehensive archive of an African American photographer to join the national library.
- After spending decades examining the effects of war, Marissa Roth found new inspiration in the Atlantic Ocean for her project, “The Crossing,” a departure yet still connected to her work on women and war.
- B&H is currently offering a $25 gift card when you buy a 12-month Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (20GB) subscription.
- Exposed alumni Geoff Livingston and Jeffrey Morris chat all about photographing animals, starting with the amazing work of Joel Sartore, on the latest Show Me Podcast.
- The National Museum of Women in the Arts is offering free admission and programs on Sunday for International Women’s Day. We highly recommend checking out the newly opened photography exhibition Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico.
- World Press Photo announced the nominees for its 63rd annual photography contest, which received entries from 4,282 photographers from 125 countries who entered a total of 73,996 images this year.