- Julia K HarwoodHealing Art Photograhy, presentI have been a photographer for over 20 years and my love is taking images of nature. I also work with David Petterson of Digital Photo Secrets as a Head Coach and critiquer for his Photographic Dashes. I use photoshop and also love to experiment with digital art. I have won numerous competitions and my work is in a number of publication. I am also a supporter of The foundation for Healing Arts in Hospitals and have work in many different countries in hospitals and hospices.
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How to Set Your White Balance with a Gray Card - Video Tutorial
Learn how to automatically set your camera's white balance with a gray card in this video tutorial from photographer Phil Steele.
thinkTank’s Backpack Week Camera bag giveaway! : Think Tank Photo | The ...
What is backpack week? Simply put, we're giving away one of our backpacks everyday, until we've given one of every backpack we make! Who can
Prime Mover Kenworth truck at Sunset by Julia Harwood
Available as iPhone & iPod Cases, Samsung Galaxy Cases, Posters, Home Decors, Tote Bags, Prints, Cards, and iPad Cases
Bryan F. Peterson: Every photograph is a 'lie', yet within that 'lie' is...
As you may recall, a few days ago, I raised the question of 'integrity' when it comes to the dramatic alteration of one's photograph via Pho
A collection of hand selected articles from Healing Arts
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Red Sky at Night, Shepherds Delight by Julia Harwood
This was an image I shot about 20 mins after sunset in Busselton in Western Australia, one of the p…
How Not to Hate the Current State of Landscape Photography | Dreamscapes
Photographer Alex Mody shares his thoughts on how to remain inspired as a landscape photographer when there's plenty out there that's just n