The 17th annual Exposed DC Photography Show opening is just about a month away. Get all the details in our press release and mark your calendars now for Sunday, June 4! We’ll be announcing exciting updates as the date gets closer.
- People and the Planet, an international open call that invites artists to think about our world and the humanity within it, is accepting applications through June 4 with an entry fee of $35.
- A new radio drama about an aspiring photographer aims to help educate the community and new photographers.
- Survive, Glamorously: Images of Drag in the District is on view at Ron David Studio through May 13 with an artist talk on Tuesday, May 9 at 7:00 p.m. Metro Weekly spoke to co-curators haus of bambi and Farrah Skeiky about the show.
- A comprehensive study of the photography drones market aims to provide an overview including industry development, market summary, and value chain analysis.
- The DC Street Photography Collective and Chris Suspect present King Koala at Slash Run on May 18 for a NSFW photo slam, presentation, and more. Entries for the photo slam are accepted through May 11. Event is 18+ and tickets are $15 with limited seating.
- Community Love and PortraitMeetDC are having a day of networking with content creators tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the National Harbor.
- Reports suggest the upcoming iPhone 15 will get a major camera upgrade compliments of Sony’s newest image sensors.
- Wildlife photographers from around the world come together for 100 For The Ocean, a month-long fundraiser for ocean conservation.
- The deadline for the Women Photograph Project Grants is coming up soon. Women, nonbinary, transgender, and intersex documentary photographers of any nationality are invited to submit an application by May 15 for consideration.