The deadline for our annual photo contest is fast approaching! You have until the end of the month to submit your best images of the D.C. metro area for the chance to be part of our 17th annual exhibition. If you’d like to learn more about the show and the types of images that are selected, be sure to watch our feature in the October 2022 WETA Arts episode. You can also peruse winning images from previous years on our site here.
- Speaking of previous winners, Exposed alum Sue Dorfman has been capturing voting stories from across the nation for nearly three decades.
- The DC Street Photography Collective’s (DCSPC’s) “Hiding in Plain Sight” exhibition opens tonight at Project Create Arts Center, 6:00 p.m. Local photographers can also take part in their open call through February 4 with selected images to be exhibited at the show closing.
- As part of the opening, DCSPC member (and Exposed alum!) Chris Suspect will be selling around 100 8×10 signed prints.
- Three artists are suing Midjourney, Stability AI, and DeviantArt for their use of Stable Diffusion, an AI art-generating tool.
- Getty Images is also suing Stability AI over alleged copyright violation.
- The Falcon Heavy rocket launch last weekend happened in twilight, providing rare evening light that allowed for new insights into the liftoff and return of the rocket.
- Artist Holly Nelson discovered noted photographer Louis Fleckenstein while researching family genealogy.
- Chris Hytha takes viewers to the top of historic skyscrapers with his drone photography.