Did you do a double take on this one? I sure did. Clever and creative use of that water shield, anokarina.
Many frames are in frame for today’s In Frame. These documented memories are courtesy of Tim Hoagland.
- NPR writes about how zoos prepare for hurricanes, and the accompanying image by Max Trujillo from 1998 of flamingos camped out in the men’s room honestly belongs in a modern art museum.
- Reuters launches grant program to develop the next generation of photojournalists and will offer up to eight $5,000 USD grants.
- A photojournalist in Ohio was injured when he was shot by a police officer who allegedly mistook a tripod for a weapon.
- Sign up for one of the many upcoming classes or special events from the Capital Photography Center.
- A formerly homeless photographer discusses the ethical challenges when taking images of homeless people.
- The Lens Rentals blog has a gallery of all the equipment that came back damaged from people shooting the solar eclipse without proper protection.
- Stolen images, a fabricated identity, and catfishing to boot: Eduardo Martins exposed as fraud who has been posing as a war photographer for years.
- An animal shelter shares the difference good photography can make in getting animals adopted. Now where do we get that gold glitter backdrop?
- The “WATCH ME” juried youth photography exhibit at Photoworks closes September 10.