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HP Our Brother’s Keeper Initiative

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HaywoodsPhotography is going to give you a chance to have a piece of history. History making photojournalist Haywood Galbreath, who during president Obama’s historic run for president in 2008 served as one of his photographers in California.

HaywoodsPhotography when you make a donation to the youth photography program at Inglewood High School in Inglewood, California. HaywoodsPhotography will give you a signed photo of president Obama departing air force one with a certificate of authenticity. Click on the photo to donate.

Family Portrait Special


Haywoodsphotography family portrait special. Family portraits in home or outdoor in a nature setting. Included in the special is 2-11X14’s or 4-8X10’s for the price of $150.00. The special runs until January 31, 2017. Call to make your appointment Haywoodsphotography at (310) 505-0543.

You can book your family portrait session online and pay for it. You can also pay for it the day of the photo session. With either cash, credit card or debit card. When you book online use the special code: CS150DEC16-JAN17

Special Note: There will be a $3.00 processing fee for credit and debit card.

Own an Iconic Photograph

Own an iconic photograph from award winning history making photojournalist/ photographer Haywood Galbreath. These iconic images have been captured in two different centuries, the 20th and 21st. And are part of the HP archives stunning visual record of history of the 20th and now the 21st century. By a photojournalist that has been described as an unsung hero of photojournalism. Each of the photographs in the gallery. Includes the story behind the photograph and a certificate of authenticity. Adding these prints to your collection gives you an opportunity to own a piece of history. Through the eyes and lens of an American photojournalism legend.

Billy Graham speaks in Pasadena California.
At the world famous Rose Bowl during a
Billy Graham Crusade event November 2004

Photo By: Haywood Galbreath