Welcome to Harvey Images
This is the home site for Mike
and Jackie Harvey's photographs and art from 2000 through 2011.
Be sure to see
our companion site at:
features more recent images from 2012 through the present.
We hope you'll
enjoy browsing and sharing some of the sights and places we've visited.
We attempt to chronicle the experience of visiting interesting places
and take a few memorable photos while we're there.
(among other things) and Mike is an avid user of
Microsoft Photoshop. So you'll see a lot of examples where we've
"rescued" bad shots and greatly enhanced others. Mike teaches a
regular workshop on Photoshop techniques for retired professionals, so
he has a lot of reasons to stay abreast of the latest developments in
on the links which follow to visit the special pages.
are collages of the fields of interest of the Harveys... and a brief
biography of Mike.
there's a page displaying Mike's
Computer Art that you may find
interesting. It features a bunch of 3D graphics of fun scenes, imaginary
landscapes and other things.
demonstrates a number of ways that photos can be enhanced to rescue
poorly shot photos and add a "Wow Factor" to make them more visually
features shots of our lakeside
home on Lake Norman (north of Charlotte
NC) in Spring and Fall. It's a beautiful spot. So we invite
you to browse and see the world as we're seeing it each year.
section features the best photos from cruises and car trips we've
taken in from 2000 through 2011. The photos are culled from literally tens
of thousands of shots and there's a wide variety.
In addition to
here are other
Harvey websites that may interest you to take a quick look:
The Apple II, Macintosh, and PC magazines and books
published by Mike in the 1980s and 90s...
available on DVD.
www.harveygalleries.com Henry Harvey's website for
his extensive collection of art and metal sculpture.
There is also a collage of Henry's work on the
Family Photos page of this site.
www.childrens-art-prints.com A web site developed
by Mike for his sister Mimi's art prints.
On each page, you can see
larger images by clicking on the thumbnails. Then click your browser
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return to the page where you clicked the thumbnail.