As summer comes to a close, students across Oregon are heading back to school. Today we're sharing a few images of Oregon schools, some historical and some still in use.
Today we're sharing some interesting signs that photographers found as they captured images for Project Dayshoot. Old or new, they add character to their communities.
If you have been able to visit our exhibit in Hood River over the past week, we hope you spent a few minutes watching images scroll by on a video monitor in the lobby. The monitor features an image from each and every photographer who participated in the project. Below is a sample of images included around the theme of buildings.
Tomorrow at 7pm, our new exhibit at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River will be kicking off with a presentation by several project participants. We hope you'll join us! In the meantime, today we're sharing one last preview of a few of the images that will be part of the exhibit.
Our exhibit at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River is just around the corner! We hope you can join us for the kick-off presentation on Thursday June 5th at 7pm. If not, stop by and take a peek any time in June. In the meantime, today we're sharing three photos that will be part of the exhibit.
This time lapse video of Portland traffic by Shawn Kim is great fun to watch, especially in the latter half as evening descends and people start showing up and moving around in the windows of the building in the upper right corner of the frame.
After a long day, several of our photographers closed out the day-long shoot with evening strolls outdoors. Today we're sharing a few of these images from late in the day on July 15th.
Project Dayshoot was a journey that many photographers and videographers took together. As we share the fruits of that journey, we're inviting Oregonians to experience the state with us in a whole new way. Today's group of photos symbolize the journey we're on together as Oregonians.
A few of our photographers sought out and photographed some of the many beautiful churches nestled in small towns all over Oregon. Today we're sharing three photos that really capture the spirit of three distinct churches.