Participant Results from the Guy Tal Creative Landscape Photography Workshop

Posted by on Nov 25, 2013 in Fave Photos, Tours and Workshops | 7 Comments

In late October of this year we hosted Utah photographer Guy Tal at Aurum Lodge to give his intensive Creative Landscape Photography Workshop. Guy’s knowledge of all aspects of photography is immense and he shared an overwhelming amount of  information that was extremely useful in the development of creative vision. Thanks to Guy for coming all the way to Canada to treat us with his expertise and vision. And thanks to a wonderful group of eight eager participants who really immersed themselves in the experience. Below are some of the participants’ favorite images from the workshop (six of the eight participants submitted photos for this blog post). For those interested in experiencing a similar immersive workshop in 2014, be sure to check out Samantha and my offering in October with Beyond the Icon: Intimate Landscapes of the Canadian Rockies

Claude Bissonette

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©Claude Bissonette

©Claude Bissonette

©Claude Bissonette

Melvin Geer

©Melvin Geer

©Melvin Geer

©Melvin Geer

©Melvin Geer

Brian Graham

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©Brian Graham

©Brian Graham

©Brian Graham

Royce Howland

©Royce Howland

©Royce Howland

©Royce Howland

©Royce Howland

Parnell Legg

©Parnell Legg

©Parnell Legg

©Parnell Legg

©Parnell Legg

Tse Li Luk

©Tse Li Luk

©Tse Li Luk

©Tse Li Luk

©Tse Li Luk

About the Author

I am a Canadian landscape and outdoor photographer who loves long hikes in the woods, yummy food, hairy dogs, good company and a good guitar jam.

7 Comments

  1. Claude Theoret
    November 26, 2013

    Very nice images thank you for sharing.

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  2. Lynn
    November 26, 2013

    Wonderful images everyone. Canada , a great place to live in.

    Reply
  3. David Heilman
    November 26, 2013

    Superb images!

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  4. Jane Chesebrough
    November 27, 2013

    I love the variety and the lighting.Excellent shots..

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  5. Royce Howland
    November 30, 2013

    I had a great time on the event, thanks to oopoomoo and Guy for putting it on! It’s great to see other images again as well… not only to bring back my own memories of what we experienced, but to appreciate the locations through other eyes and creative approaches. :)

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  6. al hart
    February 26, 2014

    As a still-learning sporadic shooter, I truly enjoy oopoomoo’s books and articles and in fact most all about oopoomoo.

    Most all? MOST all??

    Well, although I’m “bi,” that is to say, a U.S. and Canadian citizen, I always revert to the language of the 1940s Nova Scotian schools. We learned to never lazily truncate words. If you, Darwin, continue to use the non-word “fave,” I’ll diss you at every opp! :)

    Off topic, and while Darwin is sort of ok I suppose, that Sam gal has the most captivatingly charming and engaging smile on the entire world-wide web!

    -al h

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    April 1, 2014

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