This guide is designed to help visitors to Seattle tour and photograph the city. Descriptions of more than 100 destinations include travel and historical information, as well as specific advice for recreational and professional photographers on capturing the best shots, including ISO settings, angles of view, best shooting times, and any photographic restrictions. Example images and maps are also provided, and many locations are accessible by foot, or with simple mass-transit connections, from downtown. Areas covered include Seattle Center, Pike Place Market, the waterfront, South Lake Union, the University of Washington, and specific spots such as the Space Needle, Pioneer Square, the Great Wheel, Discovery Park, Fishermen's Terminal, the Hiram Chittenden Locks, Fremont, Volunteer Park, Kubota Garden, Alki Beach, the Museum of Flight, and a dozen viewpoints. With its rich maritime history, eclectic architecture, and endlessly photogenic seascapes, landscapes, and cityscapes, the Emerald City contains something special for everyone.