Author Archive for david alan harvey

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Storm 2

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Nags Head. July 30,2016. Summer storms threaten and yet so powerfully exciting. See my story on Snapchat davidalanharvey .

Storm

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Nags Head. #storm

Beach

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Nags Head. #d800nikon #beachgames

Car

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Melissa

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Nags Head. Melissa.

Cape Charles

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Cape Charles,Va.

NY Workshop

13769560_10157185983680022_6904535299121388687_n My last photo workshop class in New York was in May at my loft workspace. Students go out shooting each day for a week and we are only in my studio for morning critique and late night discussions. Oh yes also for the final slideshow and fiesta. Here author and NYTimes Magazine photo critic @_tejucole and Magnum colleague @pvanagtmael join me for a critique about book projects. My mission is to take photographers to their personal next step. Pushing them ultimately hopefully sincerely to a legit published book. Join me this September 25-Oct 1. This will be my last NY class for another year. For info and registration, go to our www.burnmagazine.org/workshops page.

Photo by Anna Gondek

Mid summer moon

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Mid summer moon. Nags Head. #fujifilmX-T2.

iPhone shot

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Sunday backyard cookout is over and Sara and Travis head home with kids Aida Mae and Christopher tucked in the back of their minivan. Classic Americana. This family now has a 1.5 hour drive on a moonlit but lonely road through the Alligator Wildlife Refuge and the US Navy practice bombing range. They’ll be fine. God is riding with them. Travis is a base player for a Christian Rock band “Milepost 13”. Lucky 13 does indeed rock. #iPhone

OBX storm

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OBX. Now!! I had run down to the sound to secure my little Sunfish for the upcoming summer storm. The ones I love so much. So just a fast iPhone shot.