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Photo Cascadia


Photo (fo-to), n., short for photograph, from the Greek, photos, meaning "light", and -graph, meaning "to write". An image created by light falling on a light-sensitive surface. Cascadia (kas-kad-ee-a), n., a term that derives from the Cascade Range, referring to the Pacific Northwest.

The purpose of the Photo Cascadia Team is to explore areas of natural beauty, encourage stewardship and conservation and offer inspiration by sharing our images, our stories, and our knowledge with other photographers who share our passion.

Photo Cascadia consists of seven photographers: Chip Phillips, Adrian Klein, David Cobb, Zach Schnepf, Kevin Mcneal, Sean Bagshaw and Erin Babnik. We are all from the Cascadia region and share the common interest of photographing the striking beauty of the outdoors, especially the Northwestern United States. Along with this website, we maintain a blog that is updated regularly where we will share information, images and stories from our travels, tips and tricks, and other photography-related content. Our goal is to not only share wonderful images and stories with viewers but to provide an online resource that photographers of all levels can learn and grow from. We also offer workshops as a group, and on an individual basis.