Of Things to Come

| July 26, 2012

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of speaking at a couple of photography events in Moab and Sedona. The presentations titled “Photography and the Creative Life” were autobiographical in nature and garnered some wonderful responses. Among them, a prominent magazine editor suggested that I needed to tell the story in a book. Admittedly, it was an intimidating proposition, but … I decided to do it. This past week I began working on my next title: A Life of Quiet Inspiration. I expect it to take some time and effort and I hesitate to commit to a publication date, but that’s where my attention is focused these days.

A Life of Quiet Inspiration

My recently published Creative B&W Processing Techniques eBook is also receiving some favorable reviews (see samples on the bookstore page). If you find the contents of this site useful, please consider supporting my work by purchasing my eBooks.

Those of you interested in workshops focused on creative expression through photography may wish to join Michael Gordon and me on one of our upcoming Visionary Death Valley workshops. Our unique offering ensures personal attention from two experienced guides and photographers, as well as field classes and processing demonstrations. Note that our prices will go up next year, starting with our February 2013 offering, though there are still a couple of spots remaining in our November workshop, which is still priced at $895.

Last but not least, I will be speaking and presenting at next year’s NANPA Summit in Jacksonville, FL. I’ll announce more details as they become available. I hope to meet some of you there.

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About the Author ()

Guy Tal is a published author and photographic artist. He resides in a remote part of Utah, in a high desert region known as the Colorado Plateau – a place that inspired him deeply for much of his life and that continues to feature in his images and writing. In his photographic work, Guy seeks to articulate a reverence for the wild. He writes about, and teaches, the values of living a creative life and finding fulfillment through one’s art.

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  1. Really looking forward to the publication of your new book Guy – will it be paper or ebook, or both? Wonderful title, makes my senses perk up.

  2. I know it’s going to be great, Guy. Look forward to it…

  3. I echo Michael. Eagerly waiting for it to be published!
    Good luck, Guy!

  4. I look forward to it Guy – no doubt it will be a wonderful book!

  5. Guy, still working through your B&W ebook but if this new project is anything like it, I’m a fan already. Looking forward to seeing the outcome, as always.

  6. Richard Wong says:

    Great concept Guy. Looking forward to your next book.

  7. Rafael Rojas says:

    Great idea, I cannot wait to read that book Guy…All the best in those efforts!

  8. Best wishes, Guy. I know the book will be great. You’ll also enjoy speaking at NANPA. I did one of the “In Memory” talks honoring my father at the 2007 NANPA Summit in Palm Springs. The NANPA people are professional, but fun, companionable and easy to work with. You’ll enjoy the other speakers too. I met many great people and learned a lot. I highly recommend the conference to anyone, especially if you’ll be presenting.

  9. Exciting news, Guy! The inspirational story you shared in Sedona made me laugh, moved me to tears, and left me wanting more. So I can’t wait to read this title! Best of luck with your newest endeavor – enjoy the ride.