Thanks to CNN Travel for writing this article about my work and highlighting some of my photographs. It’s always exciting to receive national press, especially from an outfit like CNN Travel.
Here are a few teasers from the article:
Many of his shooting locations are in some of the most remote and challenging environments on the planet, from mountains ridges and glacier caves to the bottom of coal mines.
“Really the joy for me is in the process of tuning out the adversities and focusing on creating high-level imagery,” he says.
The article goes on to offer Tyler’s insights on traveling and advice for other photographers:
“One of the joys of shooting travel images is that having a camera in hand gives me an excuse to walk up to somebody interesting (photo-worthy), whom I’d never talk to otherwise and have a conversation,” says Stableford, who travels at least one week per month for work.
“That’s my number one tip for photographers at any level. When traveling use your camera as a way to introduce yourself to locals and to gain access to scenes that other tourists might not get.”
Any final word of advice?
“Be sure to send the subjects the images!” he says.