- FotoWeekDC is coming to a close this weekend, but there’s still some time to catch events and exhibits happening all over the city. View their calendar for more information.
- Panda dolphins, gentoo penguin babies, and aurora australis are on display in this photo gallery from Antarctica.
- The photo exhibit “Remembering Vietnam” opened last Friday at the National Archives.
- Teju Cole writes for the New York Times Magazine that “The History of Photography is a History of Shattered Glass.”
- Eirini Vourloumis’ documentary photography series, In Waiting, explores the impact of financial crisis on Greece.
- Latif Al Ani is considered the “founding father of Iraqi photography.” The British Journal of Photography highlights his life and work, and if you’re lucky, you can see his images on display in London next month.
- The editor-in-chief of National Geographic Magazine talks about how the publication is adapting in a digital world.
- A 1982 documentary, Dave Burnett / On Assignment, from PBS appeared online this week.
Mike Kelley, the photographer behind the viral composite photograph of planes at LAX, presents another unique perspective on planes…from directly above in a hired helicopter.
- Smithsonian.com puts Pete Souza’s work into the context of presidential photography.
From the 1800s through today, photographers can’t seem to get enough of trees.
Have you considered the ethics of landscape photography lately?
- Kimiko Nishimoto may have had a late start in photography, but the 89-year-old is making up for lost time and having lots of fun with it.