Stories tagged: photography
Thu., Aug. 3, 2017
Review: An artist comes out from behind her camera ‘B-Side’ doc
Photographer Elsa Dorfman is known for her large-format Polaroid portraits, created on 20-by-24-inch instant film, using one of the five cameras originally built by the company, which stopped making the …
UPDATED: Sun., July 2, 2017, 6:43 p.m.
Police: Suspect posted photos from drone in Arizona wildfire
A man accused of flying a drone over a major Arizona wildfire posted the aerial photos on his website, authorities said Saturday, leading to his arrest for hampering firefighting efforts …
Wed., June 21, 2017, 3:55 p.m.
Reader photo: Horsing the scablands
Dan Hoke rides his horse cross-country into the scablands and toward a Lincoln County sunset after a fresh early June rain shower.
UPDATED: Sat., May 27, 2017, 4:50 p.m.
LightBender photo program helps veterans find way to recovery through camera lenses
A class of veterans dealing with the aftermath of war are healing through photography. Four vets are under the tutelage Christopher Chaffee, a Navy veteran and retired professional photographer who …
UPDATED: Fri., May 26, 2017, 4:57 a.m.
Front & Center: Real estate photographer is virtual tour guide
Real estate photographer Jack Pemberton, who uses infrared 3-D cameras to create “fly-through” virtual tours of homes, discusses what homes and golf courses have in common, what he recommends homeowners …
UPDATED: Fri., March 31, 2017, 9:26 p.m.
Tired of Zag-mania? Can’t handle another squeaky sneaker or dribbling ball? There are lots of other things going on in Spokane today whether you are into yoga, gun shows, skiing or Pokemon
Tired of Zag-mania? Can’t handle another squeaky sneaker or dribbling ball? There are lots of other things going on in Spokane today whether you are into yoga, gun shows, skiing …
Fri., Jan. 6, 2017, 11:35 a.m.
Kodak says it’s bringing back Ektachrome film, and photographers everywhere smile
Kodak Alaris will revive Ektachrome 35mm film later this year. Kodak stopped making many of its film brands as digital photography took over. Two decades ago Eastman Kodak was selling …
Wed., Dec. 28, 2016
The Spokesman-Review 2016 Readers Outdoor Photo Gallery captures flow of seasons
Readers who shared their photos helped The Spokesman-Review document the region’s outdoors in 2016, from the earth to the heavens and the wealth of flora, fauna and outdoor recreation in …
Thu., Dec. 1, 2016, 4 p.m.
Spokane photographers Bill and Kathy Kostelec bring a vintage feel to their B&W images
Photographers Bill and Kathy Kostelec have spent the past year exploring, physically and artistically. This weekend they will share their new perspectives (and selected older works) with a three-day exhibit …
Sun., Nov. 27, 2016
Front and Center: Donald Sewell has turned a landscape photography hobby into a business
Donald Sewell’s calendars depicting Northwest landscapes are readily available in checkout lines at Rosauers or Yoke’s. During a recent interview, Sewell discussed the challenges of turning a hobby into a …
Sun., Oct. 30, 2016, 4 a.m.
Outdoors photographer Donald M. Jones has vision of perfect shoot
A common redpoll finch sitting in a spruce tree on a white-sky day wouldn’t attract the attention of an Audubon Christmas Bird Count participant, let alone a professional photographer.
Sun., Sept. 25, 2016, 2:51 a.m.
Gear Junkie: Action-camera company GoPro unveils drone
Action-camera behemoth GoPro last week unveiled a drone. The company’s first quad-copter, called the Karma, will come to market next month for $799.
Wed., Sept. 7, 2016, 2:43 p.m.
Getty Images: Photographer gave up right to complain
A photographer who put thousands of pictures in the public domain gave up her right to complain when others sell them, photo agencies and affiliated companies say in court papers. …
Sat., June 25, 2016, 9:03 p.m.
Bill Cunningham, NY Times fashion photographer, dies at 87
Bill Cunningham, a longtime fashion photographer for the New York Times known for taking pictures of everyday people on the streets of New York, has died. He was 87.
Thu., June 9, 2016, 7 p.m.
Hobbyist captures invisible light of powwow dancers
The images have a ghostly quality, their subject matter devoid of most color. But they’re still vibrant. Glowing, almost.
Wed., March 16, 2016, 3:36 p.m.
Seattle photographer shares his passion in book, ‘The Living Bird’
Gerrit Vyn unfolds his 6-foot-8-inch frame from his Jeep and heads for the rocky shoreline along Duwamish Head, camera and tripod on his shoulder. He settles into position, oblivious to …
Thu., Dec. 3, 2015
Smithsonian launches music Web site for fan photos
New web initiative is collecting music images takes by fans.
Wed., Nov. 18, 2015
Tom Rousseau has captured life through the lens of his camera
If a picture is worth a thousand words then Tom Rousseau, 89, has enough for several libraries in his Spokane Valley home.
Thu., Sept. 10, 2015, 9:58 a.m.
Area photographers capture vibrant beauty of wildlife and nature
Readers of The Spokesman-Review have a nose for news as well as an eye for capturing good photos. Since the Readers Outdoor Photo Gallery online feature debuted in 2014, …
Thu., May 28, 2015
Photo: Haystacks at the beach
Olympic features: Hikers explore drift wood and rock “haystacks,” two of the signature attractions at Ruby Beach on the Olympic Peninsula south of Forks, Washington, in mid-May, 2015. The beach …
Thu., April 2, 2015, 7:09 a.m.
Your photos tell our collective outdoors story
Newspaper editors knew the great outdoors would provide inspiration when they put out the call for your images, but the photographic talent readers are sharing has surpassed all expectations. The …
Fri., Nov. 28, 2014
Photo project puts focus on process
Jere Smith’s palette was a slab of glass, 18 inches by 24, every fraction of every inch covered in paint. To photographer Dean Davis, the Seattle artist’s palette looked like …
Sun., Oct. 5, 2014, 5:21 a.m.
Naming a wolf pack is prize for citizens who discover a pair or more
While they view predators from widely different viewpoints, Steve Gilbertson, a hiker, Ross Hurd, a rancher, and Bob Jensen, a hunter, are among Washington’s most distinguished wolf watchers. Each had …
Sun., Sept. 14, 2014
Doug Clark: Aunt’s moving photo captures soldier’s last homecoming
A picture’s worth has been appraised at a thousand words. But the photograph Lori Pence snapped of her nephew’s final homecoming speaks volumes. The mostly black-and-white photo shows a lone …
Fri., July 25, 2014
Photo exhibit represents ‘beauty in a dark time’
After learning last fall he had non-Hodgkin lymphoma, the Rev. Craig Goodwin underwent five months of chemotherapy, 45 days in Sacred Heart’s inpatient cancer unit and a month of radiation. …
Sun., May 18, 2014
Birds of a feather: Will the real cinnamon teal please stand out?
A Bonners Ferry man has the unusual distinction of winning a top prize in a Ducks Unlimited waterfowling photo contest without being able to identify the birds in the picture. …
Sun., May 11, 2014
‘It was never never’
For many parents, the moments when a child reaches another milestone of development are notable but inevitable. For Michelle and Tim Nagle, those moments were massive. And until they happened …
Thu., May 1, 2014
Kostelecs use historic equipment to create original images
Bill and Kathy Kostelec are old-school photographers. Really old school. To make their black-and-white photographs, the Kostelecs – a married couple whose work will be featured at a show opening …
Fri., Jan. 10, 2014
Shawn Vestal: Photographer’s birds-eye view has wings clipped by FAA
It was New Year’s Day, and Spokesman-Review photographer Jesse Tinsley had it off. Still, there he was at Sanders Beach, photographing the Polar Bear Plunge – the annual mental-health red …
Fri., Aug. 2, 2013
Charming chipmunks complete scene in backyard vignettes
Christie Pierce sets the scene with care. She places a garland of gold and red fall leaves behind a flat, plate-sized stone, perched on a retaining wall on her back …