The history of photography is a topic that has long been of interest to millions of people around the world. With its many variations, tools, and new technologies, photography continues to appeal to a wide variety of people. Photographers, both amateur and professional alike, use this art form to share their unique perspectives on life with the rest of the world. Everyone can relate to the personal moments captured in photographs as well as get a glimpse of cultures they have yet to encounter and places they have never been. This exhibit was made possible by the Highline Historical Society and designed by HHS curator Nancy Salguero McKay. It can be viewed during regular business hours on the ground floor of SeaTac City Hall, 4800 S 188th Street, SeaTac.