Byron Hill Harmon (b. 1876 Tacoma, Washington – d. 1942) was a pioneering photographer of the Canadian Rockies. Prior to his move to Canada, Harmon got his start in photography as the proprietor of a photographic supply store in Washington State, where his employees included future dance photographer Wayne Albee.
In 1903 Harmon took up residence in Banff, Alberta and started a photography business there. He was a charter member of and the official photographer to the Alpine Club of Canada from its outset in 1906. Over the next 30 years Harmon became a leading citizen of Banff, founding the local Board of Trade, the Rotary Club, and serving in municipal government.