Photography

Photo gallery: Fun and frustration with this week’s snow

Snowfall Sunday night and Monday morning made for a slippery and sloppy commute. All Snohomish County school districts canceled classes, and many area cities, businesses… Continue reading

Gallery: Inauguration Day for Donald Trump in Washington, DC

Inauguration Day coverage Pledging emphatically to empower America’s “forgotten men and women,” Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States… Continue reading

Ski season starts at Stevens; Baker and Crystal also open

Herald staff Stevens Pass Ski Resort opened on Wednesday and reported that snow fell all day. It was falling again Thursday morning, and the resort… Continue reading

Check out our new reader photos page — and share yours

The Daily Herald has a new home for reader photos. You can find it here, or by going to our main menu and mousing over… Continue reading

20 of our favorite reader photos

Sunrises and sunsets, mountains and lakes, wildlife and snow: Our readers have shared all sorts of amazing photos with us. We’ve gathered a group of… Continue reading

Natural wonders: Photos by Sultan’s Jim Stiles

Jim Stiles of Sultan often shares terrific photos with us on our Facebook page and in our reader galleries. We asked him if he would… Continue reading

Photos of woodpeckers, owls exhibited at Edmonds museum

A new photographic exhibit exploring the intertwined lives of owls and woodpeckers is scheduled to open this weekend at Edmonds Historical Museum. The… Continue reading

Animals make good use of art, beauty, author finds

Charles Darwin had a problem with the male peacock’s exuberant tail. “The sight of a feather in the peacock’s tail, whenever I gaze at it,… Continue reading

Photographer finds unexpected in ‘wilds’ of Lake Washington

The book “Wildlife of Lake Washington” has its roots in the Amazon jungle, where Aaron Baggenstos and his first camera were in 2008, shooting photographs… Continue reading

Photographers caught Tulalip culture of early-20th century

There he is. In 1905, Everett photographer Norman Edson, then 26, jumped into the middle of his shot, knelt on one knee and… Continue reading

Herald photographer recognized for work on ‘The Forest’

Herald photographer Dan Bates received an Award of Excellence from the National Press Photographers Association during their annual awards announced Tuesday. Bates, who joined The… Continue reading

Stanwood seeks your photos for city website

Calling all photographers: Do you have great images of the people and places that make Stanwood and its surrounding communities special? The city… Continue reading

20 of our favorite reader photos

Barns and black bears. Mountains and rivers. Our readers have shared many gorgeous photos with us. We’ve gathered a group of our recent favorites into… Continue reading

Vote for favorites in fall photo contest – Round 2

It’s time for another round of voting on our fall photo contest. Help us pick a winner. We asked you to share your best fall… Continue reading

Beautiful book is guide to North Cascades Highway

Everett science teacher Jack McLeod broke the mold with his guidebook on the North Cascades Highway. Instead of telling you everything you might want to… Continue reading

Pick your favorite for fall photo contest

It’s time for another round of voting on our fall photo contest. Help us pick a winner. We asked you to share your best fall… Continue reading

Pick your favorite for fall photo contest

It’s time for another round of voting on our fall photo contest. Help us pick a winner. We asked you to share your best fall… Continue reading

Your best selfie: 5 tips for taking a self-portrait

College student Emma Strub has been known to take pictures of herself 15 to 20 times a day. Alone or with friends, smiling or making… Continue reading

How to turn a gorgeous picture into a card

For birthdays and big holidays, my niece often impresses me with a handmade card. There usually is some combination of ribbons, fancy paper, stamped images… Continue reading

Last chance to vote in fall photo contest

Have you voted yet in our fall photo contest? If not, now’s your last chance! Voting ends at midnight. The winners will be published in… Continue reading