Photography at the Inauguration

by on January 20, 2009

in News

A couple interesting photography notes from the Inauguration today:

Mashable has a nice piece on the coming of age of Microsoft’s Photosynth, as it was featured on CNN.

Additionally, Stephen Shankland over at Cnet has shows off satellite images of the Capitol Building and the crowd of onlookers.

I know there is a ton of other photography-related snippets in and around the Inauguration (man, I hate typing that word – it’s hard), but I found these two particularly noteworthy.  It’s always interesting for me to see how photography help makes the world go round.

Have you seen anything else related to photography that sticks out from the crowd?

Were you at the Inauguration?  Care to share some links to your photos in the comments, or put’em up in the forum?

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1 John Vink January 20, 2009 at 10:40 pm
2 Jon January 21, 2009 at 5:34 pm

I wasn’t in Washington but I was in Times Square shooting the crowds that gathered there: my flickr set

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