From cooler temperatures and our first snow of the season to a bunch of Santa Clauses roaming around town, it’s starting to feel like winter is actually here. You know what that means. It’s time to enter our annual photography contest! Now on to Friday Links…
- The Atlantic is asking photographers what they think is the most influential photograph in history.
- Peek-a-boo orangutans, fluffy flamingo babies, and stunning canyons make up the winning images in National Geographic’s 2017 nature photography contest.
- Oh thank goodness? There’s a photography element to the Cat Person story.
- The critic for the Guardian shares his top ten photography exhibitions of the year.
- Head to Blind Whino on Saturday for the closing party for the Best of IGDC competition.
- We are so grateful that the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards comes through at just the right time to close the year.
Travel photographer Daniele Cagnazzo captures stunning images of the Middle East at night.
View the finalists for this year’s Art of Building architectural photography competition.
- Google launched three new photography apps this week.
- Smartphones designed to take more flattering selfies along with beautifying apps installed on over a billion phones. More on China’s selfie obsession in this long read.