Tyler Stableford was in Malaysia today to present a seminar as part of the Canon’s EOS Master Craftsmen Southeast Asia Tour 2012. His presentation was very inspiring and showed Tyler’s skills in both photography and cinema-photography in a number of adventurous situations. Much of this recent work was shot with the new Canon EOS 1D X and 5D Mk III cameras and used the latest wireless Speedlight 600 EX-RT flash units with the ST-E3-RT transmitter. These situations also displayed the durability and ruggedness of the Canon equipment which was used in some severe weather situations and arduous environments. As well as displaying his work he presented a live shooting demo with one of Malaysia’s national cycle team highlighting his approach to making a shoot and using an array of Canon Speedlight 600 EX-RT flash units to enhance the lighting of the shot.
About Tyler Stableford
Aspen photographer and director Tyler Stableford has earned an international clientele for his commercial and editorial work. His clients include Disney, Patagonia, Stetson and The New York Times, among others.
Men’s Journal named Tyler one of the seven “World’s Greatest Adventure Photographers”. He is one of Canon’s distinguished Explorers of Light, as well an ambassador for the SanDisk Extreme Team and Adobe’s digital imaging software.
Tyler’s work has won numerous awards from Communication Arts, Photo District News, American Photography, the International Photography Awards, National Geographic Traveler, and more. His short film “The Fall Line” won the Official Best of Fest competition for “Award-Winning Films To Inspire.”
Tyler is a graduate of Dartmouth College. His passion for photography extends beyond commercial work: He volunteers to shoot at least one week per year for nonprofits, and is an active member of the environmental-business organization “1% For The Planet”.
You can check out his work at www.tylerstableford.com