LensWork Monograph: The Least Impossible Way

| October 18, 2016

I am proud and grateful to announce the upcoming publication of my LensWork Monograph, The Least Impossible Way. It is truly an honor to be associated with this fine publication and the wonderful people who make it possible, as well as to have my name included among the distinguished photographers whose work was featured in former (and undoubtedly, future) monographs.

From the opening essay:

I have photographed for about three decades now. Other than my love of the wild, photography may well be the most persistent thread in my life. It continues to offer me a means of exploration and expression, and it motivates me to seek more experiences and feelings that are worth expressing. Working as I do and my desire to create at the peak of inspiration make photography an ideal medium for my expressive goals. A faithful companion on so many journeys—within and without—the camera is not only a part of my world but also a means of being more mindful of it, weaving its visual qualities with my own emotions to produce work that uniquely reflects both self and subject.

Guy Tal LensWork Monograph

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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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