From Warhol to Basquiat to Miles Davis, see some of Paige Powell's 10,000 photographs of the NYC art scene in a new Portland Art Museum exhibition.
A veg mag without recipes? A new local publication breaks the mold to celebrate vegan travel and culture.
Beautiful? Yes. Creepy? Hell yes. We look back at Ray Atkeson's haunting shot.
Food critic Karen Brooks explores the wondrous world of local flowers, vegetables, and fruits with her point-and-shoot lens.
Local photographer Bruce Forster shares dozens of photos of Tilikum Crossing's built-by-hand span.
A new pop-up photography exhibition in St John's shows over 300 portraits of the North Portland's neighborhoods residents.
A local photographer captures the spirit of the automobile for America's Car Museum.
Andy Batt traveled to the volcanic deserts of northwestern Argentina—and came back with stunning photographs.
FlyWorx, a Georgia-based imaging company, just released a jaw-dropping video of Portland's bridges by air.
A new project transforms photographs into collector's pieces and huge works of art for your home's blank canvas.
East Burnside shop Machus publishes photos with style inspirations for men.
Richard Mosse's photographs of an African war are striking a chord with the thousands of Portlanders—here's what they have to say.
Acclaimed Oregon photographer Rodney Lough, Jr. shares 18 years worth of outdoor discoveries with a new phone app.
We scrolled through our Instagram feed to pick our 10 favorite Oregon photographers.
Lorenzo Triburgo merges transgender men and corny, Bob Ross–style landscapes in portraits that playfully puncture assumptions about men, women, landscape, and photography. Thru Aug 15
A cabin hunter and his fearless pup explore the Pacific Northwest’s most magnificent forest service rentals.
How to take the ultimate shot of the peak, the crater, and the wildlife around the mountain.
A California photographer's work chronicles Oregon's staggering vistas
An Oregonian spin-off of New York's famous photoblog reveals a portrait of a city unlike any other.
On Thursday May 1, the Steven Goldman Gallery becomes Ground Central for fashion photography in the Northwest with this impressive exhibit.