One stride at a time. Today’s In Frame from Eric Merideth.
In Frame: June 21, 2017
I will be hosting a street photography workshop in Romania this August at the VSLO Festival in Vama Veche. In addition I will be giving a lecture on protest photography in DC under the Trump administration in which I will be discussing the experience of shooting for the Un-Presidented book. There will also be an exhibit of my punk rock/harDCore photos. There's a lot going on for me this second half of the year!⠀ ⠀ #2fab4u #bestoftheday #love #wasted #nola #drunknights #lastnight #amazing #beauty #nofilter #awesome #style #candid #throwback #swag #party #rudeboy #exposeddc #dcitystyle #dmv #acreativedc #picoftheday #photooftheday #hot #blackandwhite #streetphotography #leica #ourhyattsville #VSLO #romania
It’s officially Summer. This photo by Chris Suspect reminds me of the endless summer shenanigans of youth. The ones that are filled with spontaneous decisions we might not have made sober but the ones that became fun anecdotes we reminisce about with friends. The moment in which the person is captured is frozen is an odd and interesting motion that keeps me focused in the frame.
In Frame: September 7, 2016
A candid moment captured perfectly by photographer Tom Mullins, who enhances the tension of his subject with his framing, surrounding her with big, contrasting swatches of natural textures.
You can see more of Tom’s excellent work in our music-themed exhibit, just one component of our big event at the National Cathedral this Saturday evening! There’s still space in our exclusive Gargoyles and Gutters tour on the eaves of the Cathedral. You’ll need to sign up here and get your $15 ticket for the Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles concert (you also get a free, local beer!). See you Saturday!
Featured Instagrammers: February 28, 2016
Last week’s selections were all color, so this week we’re going all monochrome. Well, with one small but notable exception (thanks Albert.)
Remember to tag your photos #exposeddc for a chance to have your work featured!
In Frame: October 28, 2015
When air starts too get cold, simply looking at the ocean gives me the shivers. The black and white tones in Graeme.Sta.Graeme‘s photo create a greater contrast between the water itself and where the waves crash on the surface, making the sea appear more treacherous. However, even though I describe the scene as something possibly unpleasant, I still want to be there.
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