- The DC Street Photography Collective is hosting a photowalk at the Funk Parade tomorrow, 12-3 p.m. A selection of gear will be available for loan from the Leica Store DC, and loaner cameras can be picked up at the store today (first come first served).
- The Exposure Group African American Photographers Association Inc. photography exhibition “Colors of Life” opens on Monday at Howard University Founders Library. The museum is free and open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Winners of the 2019 BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition showcase Earth’s biodiversity and rising threats to the natural world.
- Gus Powell’s “Based on a True Story” exhibit opens at the Leica Store DC on Thursday, 7-9 p.m.
- Photography on a Postcard returns to Photo London, giving buyers the chance to bid on signed, one-off prints by world-renowned photographers with all proceeds going to The Hepatitis C Trust.
- Instagram continues to consider changes, including the latest exploration of hiding like counts on posts.
- Martin Parr interviews Bruce Gilden for his sofa sessions series, discussing how he got into photography, engaging with subjects, and more.
- Jill Furmanovsky, who photographed Pink Floyd, Joy Division, and Oasis over the years, expresses the need for a permanent home for British rock photography.