I’m John Roberts, a Bellevue, WA based freelance photographer.

I’ve been interested in photography since 1958 when I learned to shoot, develop and print black and white film. Since 2001, I’ve been working exclusively with digital images. Over the years, my photographic experience and ability grew to the point that I started a freelance photography business.

My work is very eclectic; landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes, travel, documentary, real estate, portrait, passport*, etc. I am available for special events and occasions. I also produce DVD Photoshows (see here for more details). Please contact me to discuss what I can do for you.

My work can be seen on several web sites (, and I am constantly taking classes and am always learning and experimenting with my photography. I am a member of NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Users) and several Northwest photographic associations.

My photography can be purchased as prints in many sizes and finishes. Click here to view the catalog and details.

They can also be purchased as 5×7 note cards at my online shop.

* Passport photos can be produced as hard copies or digital files that meet DoS requirements. Passport photos for babies can be done in your home.

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