Posts Tagged ‘White House News Photographers Association’

ToDo ToDay: “National Eyes of History,” Bell X1, and George Pelecanos

The White House News Photographers Association has been mounting exhibitions of its contest winners for decades. This year, a related but separate exhibit sponsored by the association—one that for the first time solicited entries from photographers around the country—is being held at the much smaller Carroll Square Gallery. Read more >>> The exhibit is on view 8 [...]

Reviewed: “National Eyes of History” at Carroll Square Gallery

The White House News Photographers Association has been mounting exhibitions of its contest winners for decades, and as a D.C. native with an affinity for photography, I practically grew up on them. In years past, the contest winners have been shown at large venues such as the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the [...]

Altered Washington Post Image Disqualified From Photo Contest

The White House News Photographers Association has disqualified a contest-winning photograph by Washington Post photographer Tracy Woodward. The association's president says the image was digitally manipulated in violation of contest rules.
Woodward's image, "State Champion," shows two high school wrestlers in the ring at a 2012 Virginia wrestling tournament. A referee is pictured in the background. [...]

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