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Portraits of Oregonians

Nothing can represent Oregon better than its people. Today we're sharing a few portraits of Oregonians that our photographers captured.

Want to see more portraits? Here are some we posted last year.

Atlanta native and 4-year Portlander Dee Gibson bartending at Dig A Pony on SE Grand.  Photo by Intisar Abioto

Atlanta native and 4-year Portlander Dee Gibson bartending at Dig A Pony on SE Grand. Photo by Intisar Abioto

A young student wears a big grin while waiting for his class to begin at the Dual Language Academy, a program taught in both English and Spanish and run concurrently with the district's migrant summer school program at Lincoln Street Elementary.  Photo by Michal Thompson

A young student wears a big grin while waiting for his class to begin at the Dual Language Academy, a program taught in both English and Spanish and run concurrently with the district's migrant summer school program at Lincoln Street Elementary. Photo by Michal Thompson

Deanna VanDoozer of Liberty Bakery in Joseph.  Photo by Erika Plummer

Deanna VanDoozer of Liberty Bakery in Joseph. Photo by Erika Plummer

Portraits

Photographers have always created portraits, and Project Dayshoot resulted in many incredible examples of the form. Here are just a few of the wonderful portraits of Oregonians that were taken on July 15th. 

Portlander Jeffrey Ayers on the corner of Killingsworth and Albina.  Photo by Intisar Abioto  

Portlander Jeffrey Ayers on the corner of Killingsworth and Albina. Photo by Intisar Abioto 

Ron Meyer, 75, and his wife, Lana, are the third generation to own and run Meyer Orchards, which has been in business for 103 years.  Photo by Betty Udesen

Ron Meyer, 75, and his wife, Lana, are the third generation to own and run Meyer Orchards, which has been in business for 103 years. Photo by Betty Udesen

Portrait of a young girl in Peninsula Park, North Portland.  Photo by Helen Silvis

Portrait of a young girl in Peninsula Park, North Portland. Photo by Helen Silvis