Stories with 'photography' tag

Pete Souza

Pete Souza was the Chief Official White House Photographer for President Obama and the Director of the White House Photo Office. His new book, Shade (October 2018), is a portrait in contrasts, telling the tale of two presidencies through a series of powerful visual juxtapositions between the Obama and Trump administrations.

/ September 4, 2018


Where are the best spots to snap sunset photos around Seattle?

We have amazing places to take pics of the skies. Here are some Evergrey readers favorite places to go to take in glorious summer sunsets.

/ June 28, 2018


This is one of the most viral photos of Seattle. Here’s why it went big

Six years ago today, Thatcher Kelley took one of the most viral photos of the city Seattle’s ever seen. Why did this particular photo get so popular? Thatcher shares his thoughts.

/ September 20, 2017


18 ways to enjoy your short week in Seattle

After a long Labor Day weekend, let’s make this short week a good one. Here’s a bunch of stuff to get excited about this week, including our chat with Chase Jarvis, cofounder of CreativeLive.

/ September 5, 2017


8 of the best Seattle photographers to follow on Instagram

Who are the Seattle photographers who best capture the city’s spirit? You nominated your favorites, and we’re sharing their stories.

/ July 27, 2017


My first time photographing the Northern Lights in Washington

What’s it like to chase and try to capture the Northern Lights, which put on their biggest show in Washington in July and August? Seattle photographer Alex Farrell explains.

/ July 20, 2017


Take photos of the city and make friends while you’re at it

The new Street Meet WA group gets Seattle photographers seeing art in the streets.

/ March 1, 2017