Our image collection was created in the summer (a year ago next Tuesday July 15th!), so quite a few of the photos feature water, a key part of an Oregon summer, for recreation, gardening, and as a key feature of our beautiful state.
Hosted by the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River and with the generous support of Pro Photo Supply, we're excited to announce an exhibit of our images for the month of June. The month-long exhibit will kick off on Thursday June 5th at 7pm with an evening presentation by four Hood River photographers who participated in the project: Paloma Ayala, Peter Marbach, Thomas Boyd, and Blue Ackerman. You can see a little taste of their work below. We hope to see you at the Columbia Center for the Arts in June!
Did you stay up this week to see the blood moon caused by a lunar eclipse? We did! And it inspired us to pull up a few images of the night sky to share today.
They are beautiful most places, but we like to think that Oregon has some of the best sunrises and sunsets. Today's featured photographers made use of the light to create beautiful silhouettes.
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.
As the sun sets on 2013, we wish you a happy and healthy start to the new year. Our New Year's resolution? To share more photos in new ways in 2014.
We hope you're having a wonderful holiday season! Today we're celebrating in Project Dayshoot fashion: with a beautiful photo of the summit of Oregon's Mt. Hood.
No portrait of Oregon would be complete without including some shots of our coast and the Pacific ocean. July 15th was a rare day on the coast: clear, bright, and beautiful.
In this week's update, we've included several of the panoramic landscapes that were photographed on July 15th. The first panorama of the Portland waterfront, by Mike Franz, was created using Gigapan technology. You can see it using the link below.
Oregon is home to more than 400 species of birds, making us fifth in bird species diversity in the United States. Several shooters captured members of Oregon's bird population on July 15th -- we hope you enjoy their beautiful images!