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Stories tagged: photography

Reader photo: A photographer’s eye

Photographer Joanie Christian came across “a pretty scene along the Pend Oreille River” in February. Shortly after photographing the shimmering lake her sharp eye noticed a “ ‘mouser’ in a …

UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 31, 2018

Reader photo: A super moon

Submit your own outdoors-related photographs for a chance to be published in our weekly print edition.

Reader photo: On the hunt for dry rock

The search for dry rock can take adventurous climbers far and wide.

UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 3, 2018

Reader photo: New year, new sun

On New Year’s eve Ken Vanden Heuvel broke trail on the Jungle Hill trail in the Kettle River Range. After solo hiking about 4 miles he camped at 6,700 feet. …

Veteran filmmaker makes his office in Yellowstone National Park

Every week Bob Landis is hunting for a trophy, only instead of using a rifle to make the kill he’s packing a video camera.

Reader photos: The birds of winter

While many birds may seem frail and ill-suited to survive frigid winter temperatures, the truth is they’re masters at surviving cold weather.

Reader photo: Looking for warmth

Outdoors reader photo gallery.

Spokane-area couple travels to Alaska for fish, bears as retirement celebration

A long-planned adventure, celebrating the author’s wife’s retirement from teaching, takes one Spokane couple to Alaska.

Reader photo: Rams crazy over ewe

Bighorn rams of the Vulcan Mountain herd in Ferry County, Washington, are very interested in ewes during the first week of November as the rut, a term for the mating …

Reader photo: Still bullish in October

Spokane photographer John Latta nails the light and the moment as this bull elk moves with its harem of cows earlier this month during the tail end of the rut …

Reader photo: Where is everybody?

October fly fishing can be about as good as it gets in terms of finding solitude, colorful fall scenery and eager trout.

Reader photo: Snake can’t rattle hiker

Be aware of your surroundings while backpacking in the rattlesnake country of Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, even during fall.

Reader photos capture essence of summer outdoors

Summer in the Inland Northwest serves up a lot of eye candy for outdoor photographers. Nesting birds and newborn fawns turn a lot of heads. Moose pose like models. Our …

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

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 …

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

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

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

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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.

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.

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. …

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.

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.

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 …

Smithsonian launches music Web site for fan photos

New web initiative is collecting music images takes by fans.