Josh Harmon is a San Francisco Bay Area based visual artist. Specializing in landscape and portrait imagery, Josh is driven to capture his interpretation of the world; drawing inspiration from both the diverse landscapes of California and from individuals human spirit. Outside of visuals, he is a lifelong enthusiast of water and an avid swimmer; an obsession where much of his style and influence originates from.
To achieve different looks, Josh uses a variety of cameras, films, and processes. He uses primarily Canon EOS cameras but also Pentax 6x7 and Bronica ETRS systems. Most recently he has started shooting in large format with a Nagaoka field camera and Fujinon lenses. He prefers Kodak films but also enjoys infrared film from Rollei and the films of Fomapan.
With his video and film work Josh uses a RAW based workflow when possible, including the use of Davinci Resolve for color grading. He additionally uses Apple Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects in his film works.
While attending Principia college in Illinois, he produced promotional short films for the campus' clubs and athletic teams. He has been honored with the Viewers Choice award at the Principia's annual Film Festival three times as well as once for best Cinematography.
Josh is currently a full time software engineer residing in Silicon Valley.