Our annual photo contest is open! You don’t want to miss this chance to be part of our celebration of life in D.C. with our spring exhibit. This is our 12th year, so get ready for some surprises. Find all the information here, and show us your best shots.
- Today, Glen Echo Photoworks Gallery opens its third annual exhibit from their regular Coffee & Critique members. Join them for a reception this Sunday, 4 to 6 p.m. They’re also offering holiday portraits with your family this Saturday for a donation to the gallery.
- Berlin-based photography team Billy and Hells created the emotional portraits that accompany Time magazine’s Person of the Year issue, featuring “The Silence Breakers” who spoke out about sexual harassment this year.
- Los Angeles Times staff photographer Marcus Yam captured the devastation of the Southern California wildfires this week in one iconic image.
- Let’s get the end-of-year lists started with The Atlantic’s top 25 news photos of 2017.
- Photographer Amy Davis shows how Baltimore’s theaters have changed over the decades.
- Norwich University of the Arts looks to reinvent the traditional photography degree with a focus on individuality and creating a visual voice.
- Photographer provides rural Cambodian villagers with first portraits of themselves through the charity, My First Selfie.
- Émile Zola, best known as an author, also spent the last eight years of his life obsessed with photography and was taking his own selfies back around 1900.