Join us for our next virtual roundtable on Thursday, May 28 at 6 p.m. where we’ll be exploring the theme of interesting angles. Have a photo that captured your unique perspective? We’d love to see it next week during the session. You can register here and get all the details in the confirmation email, including how to submit your image to share with the group.
- Landscape photographer Nigel Danson invited other photographers to edit his own images to see how different people would tackle the same task and showcase their unique editing styles.
- Virtual photoshoots are becoming more commonplace in the fashion industry as it adapts to the quarantine by creating content through phones and laptops.
- National Geographic and Blue Earth photographer and filmmaker Mike Snyder will be hosting an online workshop on documentary storytelling in the time of a pandemic for Photoworks, $350 for three sessions on May 23, May 30, and June 6 from 4-6 p.m.
- Winning images from the Landscape Photography Competition capture scenes all around the world, from natural wonders to man-made ones and beyond.
- Vogue’s international titles are addressing coronavirus with various approaches, from reimagining iconic covers with digitally-added face masks to a full CGI cover creation—the first ever for Vogue.
- Washingtonian asked local photographers to send in self-portraits from quarantine, and we are loving the results. You’ll notice some familiar names and faces in the unique approaches to the assignment.
- Jean-Luc Feixa captures the bizarre and idiosyncratic objects on display in Belgian windows, which have transformed into a more intentional form of communication since the quarantine began.
- A freelance commercial photographer particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus found plenty to photograph at home, returning to a habit of his—family photo shoots.