Pacific Northwest Portfolio is Live

Well it appears that the portfolio is essentially wrapped up at least in terms of the post work — which has been ongoing since early Sept. Seems like it took forever. But I started with almost 2k of images, And, given the challenges of using Raw, each image needs to get touched by the photo artist’s hand.

In the last week the focus has been on getting the best 20 Pacific Northwest images ready to display — which requires lots of test printing on different papers — and media. I started by printed them all in 8×10. And now I’m starting to see how they look on metal and acrylic. And they mostly look great … now they’ve been touched (anointed) by assorted Adobe and Topaz products.

At this point, I just have to add them into Tim-Truby-Photography and start designing and putting together a sellers booth at Crafted. (That’s all?) I’ll have many of these displayed in Nov and Dec at the San Pedro arts and crafts warehouse, Crafted on 22nd St — along with my most recent Pedro, PV, South Bay landscapes. Crafted is open from 12-6 on Sat and Sun, soon on Friday as well. I’ll make announcements here and there. If you’re planning to visit, reach out and I can be there to give the cooks tour. I’m only 7 minutes away from the space.

For those who can make it downI should mention that seeing one of these immersive pieces in print rather than in a low rez Facebook makes a huge difference.


Rialto Beach, Olympic NP
Rialto Beach, Olympic NP
Ruby Beach, Olympic NP
3rd Beach, below Ruby Beach
Morning above Hug Point, Northern Oregon Coast
Just below Cannon Beach the coast spreads out. Hug Points gets lots of visits. But walk half a mile and you have the pleasure of your thoughts. A pixel level detail captures the feeling.
Hecate Head and Lighthouse
Pulloff Below Hecata Head
Cape Kiwanda Sunset
Sunset, Cannon Beach
One pleasure of working in high detail is that the well composed photo explores a deeper facet of the moment when printed large enough. At this level the composition starts to reveal the storylines that live in a scene.
Sunset Meyers Creek Beach
Two views of the beach and dune grass ecology of Meyers Creek Beach.
Meyers Creek Beach., Sunset
Fleeting cotton clouds reflected in the creek.
Secret Beach n Trail
Arch Rock, Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor
Natural Bridges Viewpoint, Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor

Cape Kiwanda area Images

For anyone driving the Oregon coast who’s interested in photography, Cape Kiwanda is a must see. This state preserve located on the outskirts of Pacific City, is one of the most distinctive geological areas along the coast. The limestone cliffs are like sculptures shaped by thousands of years of wave action. And the Cape’s color palette works beautifully against the deep blue of the Pacific. I spent two full days shooting here and farther north around Walden Island and wished I had spent longer.

Cape Kiwanda Overlook
Cape Kiwanda looking north
Cape Kiwanda and Haystack Rock, Far End
A Sculpture in Time
Cape Kiwanda, The View at Sunset
Wind and Wave
A Path, Whalen Island
Whalen Island, Evening
Sunset, Cape Kiwanda
Chief Kiwanda Rock
Sunset, Cape Kiwanda

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