Glazer’s PhotoFest 2017

Posted by: on Jun 2, 2016

At Glazer’s we believe that photography is more inspiring when shared. It’s more than just posting an image to social media, sharing means stepping out from behind our viewfinders and computer screens to truly engage with others that share our passions. Every day we have the opportunity to work with our customers, vendors and friends. We have the privilege of meeting the interesting personalities, hearing each unique story, and of course seeing the stunning work you all create. But too rarely in today’s world do each of you have the same opportunity to come together as a community.

Now in its 8th year, Photofest continues to exceed our wildest expectations. It has become so much more than great deals and sneak peeks. Now the free classes, workshops, photowalks and demonstrations we organize have a larger purpose. It gives us all—professionals, enthusiasts and weekend warriors alike—a chance reconnect not only to our work, but to each other.

Image-making and visual storytelling capture moments that are fleeting, but the relationships we build along the way endure. Thank you for being a part of it.

You can read about last year’s Photofest here and here.


Store Hours
Sat. 9am-6pm
Sun. 11am-5pm (special extended hours for Photofest)

Photofest hours
Sat. June 10th 10am-6pm
Sun. June 11th 11am-5pm


Retail Store, Glazer’s Classroom and In-store Vendors
811 Republican St.
Seattle, WA 98109

Workshops and More Vendor Booths
850 Republican St., Building C (across the street from the retail store)
Seattle, WA 98109


All workshops and photowalks are free on a first come first serve basis and pre-registration is not required.

More details and schedule »




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