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Where to Find Kathy’s Images

It’s a Social World!

Over the years connectedness has come to mean different things, and be experienced differently as technology has become more and more entwined in our relationships. We have different “profiles” and “friends” on different platforms. We connect slightly differently on each platform. This is true for me, and how I share my photography.

I have four main platforms that I use; Patreon, Facebook, Instagram, and Viewbug.

Patreon is a crowdfunding site for artists and creators. It helps match aspiring artists with people who support their work, and help them achieve their creative goals. I’m keen to grow my connections there, and would be very grateful if you would click the link and come take a look.

Facebook, ah yes, Facebook. It’s so easy to connect, share and build community on Facebook. Please feel free to check out my work on my Facebook Page.

Instagram is a wonderful place to be inspired by artists, connect with people, and share your own work. I love being able to scroll back and see how styles and genres evolve over time, both for the people I follow, and in my own gallery.

Viewbug is another photography sharing site. I really enjoy participating in and hosting challenges. They provide an opportunity to see multiple interpretations of a topic or theme, it’s always inspiring and supportive.

Please click on any of the links above to find my work, and I appreciate each connection, like, follow, comment, and sponsor!

If you are looking for something specific, such as a print or a portrait session, please contact me directly at kharms@moebius8.ca.

About Kathy Harms Photography

Kathy is a photographer currently based in New Westminster, British Columbia. She is drawn to photography as a way of slowing down, and noticing the detail of the world around us. She photograph’s daily life, nature, and travel. Her camera system is the Fujifilm XT-2, and her favorite lens is the the Fujifilm 10-24mm wide angle.

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