Keep an eye out for the imminent announcement of the venue for this year’s show, along with all the details of the March 9 opening reception! We’re excited to be partnering with local business FRAMEBRIDGE for all the printing and framing of this year’s winning photos.
Oh right, those links:
- Pete Souza is using his Obama archive to troll Trump.
- FotoDC and #202Creates wants you to nominate your favorite photographers for The Inaugural Creative Class of 2017.
- “Spineless,” an exhibition of Susan Middleton’s remarkable photos of marine invertebrates opens Wednesday, February 15 at the National Academy of Sciences. The exhibition is the result of seven years of fieldwork across the Pacific Ocean.
- Head to the Black Rock Center for the Arts this Saturday, 2 to 4 p.m., for the opening of two photography exhibits: Joshua Dunn’s “Perishable,” documenting architectural monuments, and Thomas Germer’s spherical panoramas in “Forward, Backward, Up, Down.”
- Photojournalist Daniella Zalcman is leading the fight against sexism in professional photography by launching a website featuring 400 female photographers.
- Air & Space Magazine has the story and images from a photojournalist who stumbled across lost World War I photos in a Moroccan flea market.
- Get tickets to one of several events at the Washington National Cathedral between February 13-17 for “Seeing Deeper,” when they’ll clear the nave of chairs. Most of the events are planned with photographers in mind, but there’s also two “Special Photographer Access” sessions, one at night with the nave illuminated ($40) and two in the early morning ($25).
- Family portrait for 500? No problem.
- Stunning photos and video of a lava “firehose” flowing into the ocean from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano.
- Artomatic is hosting a site preview of their spring 2017 Crystal City venue tomorrow, February 11, from 12-1 p.m. Meet in the lobby of 1800 South Bell St. While you’re there, check out our exhibit of 12 local photographers in the Crystal City Underground Fotowalk.
- InterAction, an NGO based in D.C., has kicked off its 15th annual photo contest. They want to see “powerful photos that illustrate innovative, effective, and inspiring efforts in humanitarian assistance and international relief and development.” The deadline is March 31.
- Headline of the week: “This is how you photograph a million dead plants without losing your mind.”