Tickets are on sale now for the opening night of our huge 9th annual Exposed DC Photography Show! Join us for two floors of D.C. photography, a first look at Capital Fringe HQ, and tasty brews from Bluejacket. See you on March 12!
- Take note Fairfax County – St. Louis County parks department drops its photography permit requirement.
- Chris Suspect has announced a second edition of his photobook “Suspect Device” which features images from more than 30 years of D.C.’s hardcore music scene.
The Washington Post’s excellent In Sight photo blog has launched Off the Grid – “a new weekly feature spotlighting the work of photographers who document lifestyles a little further and farther afield from the bustle and chaos of modern civilization.” Their first feature: preserving the tradition of reindeer herding in Scandinavia’s Sami culture. You can submit your series for consideration by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Columbus Museum of Art is hosting what may be the largest mobile photo exhibition in a major museum in United States history.
Dina Livotsky photographed fashion week events in London, Paris, and New York on assignment. Her mission: Photograph fashion week like it’s never been photographed before.
Puerto Rico has the highest prevalence of albinism and HPS in the world. Photographer Adriana Monsalve tries to dispel misconceptions about sufferers in her beautiful series “Clear As Black.”
- Congrats to Exposed DC alum Brett Davis, this month’s Oskar Barnack Wall winner at the Leica Store DC.
- Unless you’re a photography buff, you probably have no idea what the people behind some of the most famous photos in the world actually look like. Tim Mantoani, however, aims to fix all that.
- Mads Nissen’s photograph of two Russian gay men embracing was named the World Press Photo of the Year for 2014. WPP says it disqualifies 20% of its finalists for being manipulated.
- Sand grains are beautiful.
- An American scientist is helping the endangered Siberian tiger make a comeback; Smithsonian Magazine’s February cover story features a gorgeous snowy tiger portrait.