We’ve begun planning for our next Crystal City Fotowalk exhibit and are happy to announce an open call for submissions this time around. We want to see your pictures from all around the world! Submit your best travel images by July 27 for a chance to be part of the next show.
- Exposed alum Chris Suspect snapped former Trump lawyer Ty Cobb rocking out to a local punk band in Petworth on Saturday night, prompting stories in the Washington Post, Vice and Spin.
- AFP photographer Yuri Cortez unwittingly became part of the action at the World Cup in Moscow on Wednesday. After Croatia scored their semi-final winning goal, he was squashed by celebrating players but still managed to capture the moment and emerge unscathed.
- On Tuesday, Smithsonian Magazine is launching its PhotoTalks series with Erika P. Rodriguez, Wayne Martin Belger, and frequent Exposed special judge Lucian Perkins discussing the theme of identity. Free with registration.
- The fourth installment of The Community Collective Photography Showcase will feature 32 photographers from the DMV on Thursday, July 19 at Sospeso, 7 p.m.
- In 2013, local photographer Russell Brammer’s image “Adams Morgan at Night” was part of our annual Exposed DC Photography Show. Last week, it also became the subject of an ugly Virginia federal court ruling that says commercial companies can use photos they find on the internet under “fair use,” in what’s being widely regarded as a gross misinterpretation of the Copyright Act. Copyright lawyer David Kluft responds here.
- The Bronx Documentary Center is sharing overlooked stories captured by Latin American photographers during a festival that runs through July 22.
- When Michael Bradley realized wet plate photography can make tattoos disappear, he began a project photographing Māori people of New Zealand with traditional tā moko tattoos.