This week’s Featured Instagrammers keep shooting in the harsh conditions.
Tag your photos with #Exposeddc for a chance to be featured!
Have you entered our annual photo contest yet? You have until January 11 to submit your images that show the life and culture of Washington, D.C. and the metro area. We’ll be announcing more exciting details about this year’s show soon—make sure you’re a part of it! And now on to Friday Links:
Great shot by Carol Jean Stalun of the supermoon, rising over the Potomac River on January 1, 2018! A supermoon occurs when the moon is at its closest point to our planet; this proximity presents photographers with a great opportunity to capture it on camera. Since a full moon rises at the same time that the sun sets, a photographer can capture a partially day-lit landscape and a stunning sunset/sunrise composition with the moon. To get the clearest and most crisp photograph I suggest using a sturdy tripod, a high-resolution camera, and a remote shutter release. For more information and tips, check out our interview with photographers discussing their experience with night sky photography.
Take some of your holiday time off to enter our 12th annual photo contest. Show us what you love about living in the D.C. area. And now, enjoy our last Friday Links of the year. See you in 2018!