We are excited to announce the opening of the “rise up.” photography exhibit that highlights D.C. photographers and their images created during the social justice uprising of 2020. The exhibit opens today at Dupont Underground and will run through October with gallery hours Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. There will be a virtual gallery available as well. Exposed DC is proud to partner with Dupont Underground and Shedrick Pelt on this important exhibition.
- Urban Nation is live-streaming the opening of the extensive retrospective “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” today at 2 p.m. Viewers will take a tour of the museum and meet Martha Cooper and the curators of the show.
- Brooklyn photographer Josh Katz has been documenting quarantined New Yorkers finding escapes on their rooftops, balconies, and stairways.
- Acclaimed documentary photographers, Ruddy Roye and Devin Allen share their unique perspectives and backstory on capturing the shot as part of the Leica Conversations at Photoville on Sunday at 4 p.m.
- An exhibit in Cleveland explores photography in the era of the contact sheet, showing the uncropped and unselected versions of famed photographs.
- Gray Malin’s new photography collection features dogs lounging around the Beverly Hills Hotel.
- Google’s Pixel 5 smartphone loses the telephoto lens, adds an ultrawide lens, and updates their HDR+.
- Karl Taylor shares 4 tips for more creative still life photography in a video shared on Fstoppers.
- Reuben Radding is offering a street photography workshop that will meet on Zoom every Tuesday for six weeks starting on October 13. The class is limited to six participants, and the full cost is $800 with a 50% deposit required to book your spot.
- Threekit, makers of interactive product imaging software for online brands and retailers, announced the creation of its seven millionth product image and are on track for more than ten million in 2020.