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LEO's Photography has been shooting school portraits since 1923, but it's yet to have a shutdown like the one that occurred last spring. The staff at the Spokane Valley-based studio spent their summer vacation coming up with a contact-less way to preserve the same memories for families.
Russell Kirsch, a computer scientist credited with inventing the pixel and scanning the world’s first digital photograph, died Aug. 11 at his home in Portland, Oregon, The Oregonian reported. He was 91.
Erin Cramer became the owner of R & R Custom Colorlab three months before Washington’s stay-home order. She’s convinced if she can get through this year, she can get through anything.
The memorable scenes of loons in the 1981 movie ‘On Golden Pond’ were my first introduction to common loons, but it would be more than 30 years before I saw one in person.
Since legalization is rather new, cannabis modeling is an even newer segment, but many businesses enjoy the creativity of a lifestyle photo shoot to showcase their product with real consumers.
One of the key influences on the early Beatles, German photographer Astrid Kirchherr, has died at age 81.
There is one form of art that is accessible by almost anyone these days – photography. Now that cellphones have probably become the most ubiquitous form of camera there is, it means that most everyone owns one.
Images of Spokane’s past beckon Mike Forster, an artist drawn back to creativity through a lens. It was difficult for Forster to do any art after the death of his wife in 2017, but he recently began Vintage Spokane Photos, taking images of old homes and icons with unusual angles and lighting.
It was a cold, frosty, foggy day in December when Kirk Geisler of Rigby went out to Camas National Wildlife Refuge hoping to shoot photos of whitetail deer. But other critters caught his attention instead.
Mary Jo Stauner took this photo of a female California quail on July 24 on Spokane’s South Hill.
A hummingbird visits Angela Roth’s backyard in Nine Mile Falls earlier this summer.
The picture is so clear, the detail so crisp, you can easily count the wrinkles under his eyes. Especially the ones at the sides, fanning outward like tiny crow’s feet.
The summer storm that struck the Spokane area Tuesday evening did more than just start fires and spark power outages. It also provided area photographers with a brilliant, powerful and potentially dangerous subject: lightning.
Photographers gain attention, praise for macros of milky trichomes, THC diamonds and custom glass pieces.
Last week, The Spokesman-Review reported that fishing guides on Lake Roosevelt have been
Fishing guides on Lake Roosevelt have been forced to remove videos of their angling clients from YouTube and elsewhere online in the past months.
Fields of Indian paintbrush fill the foreground. Mount St. Helens, pockets of snow still visible in the soft glow of a summer sunset, anchors the entire scene. Clouds stretch into the distance drawing the viewer fully into the photo.
This year I had my first opportunity to visit Mount St. Helens during the iconic bloom of Indian paintbrush and purple penstemon wildflowers that have flourished since its catastrophic eruption in 1980.
Star estimates she’s taken photos of thousands of dogs (along with a few cats and rabbits) up for adoption at the Humane Society.
It all began with a Facebook post. As a nature photographer, a stunning image of a grizzly sow and cubs crossing the tundra in a snowstorm caught my eye. The photo had been taken by a Denali Road Lottery winner. My curiosity was piqued.