Hey gang! I am back after few weeks of being through sequence of events that wasn’t so pleasant. Which started from Mother Nature’s heavy rainfall that led to a terrible flood in Bangladesh then being in a bus accident that could have easily turned into something much worse to finally flu in the middle of a scorching hot summer. Well not to worry as I am still in one piece except the flu, which I wish went away but I am sure it’s nothing that a hot bowl of soup can’t fix.
Well anyway, on to the good stuff, shall we?
My work comes from being inspired by many things, situations, people or simply from other great creative minds. Today I want to share some work from one of my favorite photographers, Tyler Stableford.
Tyler Stableford is a photographer and cinematographer from Aspen. He is one of Canon’s prestigious Explorers of Light and has many achievements for his work, receiving awards from Communication Arts, PDN, American Photo, The International Photography Awards and among others for his photo and filmmaking. Men’s Journal named him “One of the Seven World’s Greatest Adventure Photographers.”
One of his recent work really left me in amazement with the compelling and creative vision that went into it. I had to watch it several times back-to-back to grasp the reality of the situation that was present in the film. It’s a short film called “Shattered” which was premiered at the NAB show in April at the Canon stage and has been playing at film festivals worldwide. You can watch the video below.
You can also watch Behind the Scenes and more videos on his Vimeo profile at http://vimeo.com/tylerstableford.
Tyler’s photography is also unique in its verity of subject and vision. The ample range of genre in his photography from sports, life to editorial is breathtaking and inspiring. Below are some of my favorite photographs by Tyler.