There are no sacred mastheads anymore. Every outlet has a bias, and most reporters are chumming the social network waters for the most shares. How the Washington Post muffed the Washington Nationals new manger hire, and smeared team officials in the process.

Here are four more photo tips gleaned from the 365 Full Frame Experience.

Arlington Memorial Bridge: From DC to Arlington National Cemetery.

My friend Richard Binhammer has donated several photos to the 365 Full Frame pool. His work tends to be B&W infrared shots. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

My friend Richard Binhammer has donated several photos to the 365 Full Frame pool. His work tends to be B&W infrared shots. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

This B&W HDR photo filled with arches and stained glass was taken at the Washington National Cathedral.

Pew released a study two weeks ago examining African American use of technology that showed progress with the Digital Divide.

Image by Grace Russell Strong opinions throughout the social web bear a resemeblance to  the 19th century romantic movement. Consider the sheer force of emotional passion and righteousness behind espoused ideals. The romantic movement responded to the constraints of the early industrial era and enlightenment, a way for the mind to break free from the machine. Purity in terror or love […]

Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. day as an official U.S. federal holiday. It is during this holiday that MLK’s famous “I Had a Dream” speech plays on TV stations, radios and is discussed on the Internet. Perhaps the greatest aspect of the dream was hope for a meritocracy where his children, “not be judged by […]