Interview with Guy Tal on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen

August 08, 2017  •  4 Comments

Guy Tal

Episode 016 with Utah-based landscape photographer, and writer, Guy Tal. I can't tell you how excited I was to get Guy on the podcast! His writing about landscape photography has been an inspiration for years. Guy believes that the practice of creative pursuits manifests not only in the making of art, but also has the ability to transform and enrich life, facilitate meaningful and rewarding experiences, and foster contentment and satisfaction through lifelong discovery and learning. Our conversation was thought-provoking to say the least! We covered the topics of conservation, how Guy found his love for photography and the landscape, and the sacredness of experiencing the natural world.  

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I know you'll enjoy this one. As usual, please find some links to various topics we covered below:

  1. Eliot Porter  - A Place No One Knew
  2. Edward Weston
  3. Guy Tal's book: More Than a Rock

Guy's work can be found on:

Facebook

His website

Here's some examples of his amazing photography. Enjoy! Please do rate the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher!

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Comments

Mary(non-registered)
I just discovered this podcast. Started with this one and loved it. Love the discussion. Love also the photographers he mentioned.
Matt Payne Photography
Thank you Jayne and Roman for your comments. Guy is truly inspiring, I'm glad you enjoyed the podcast!
Jayne Falls(non-registered)
Thank you for your compassion with writing and photography.
I loved to hear your story.
So happy to have found you.
Inspiring to hear about writing with connection to your photos .
My soul also has this compassion.
Thank you.
Roman Johnston(non-registered)
Introverts connect to the universe easily as a by-product of being connected to what is inside. Photography (for me) is a "walking meditation".
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