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Utah Photography and Photoshop Meetup

We are pleased to have Mylo Fowler as our guest speaker on Wednesday November 14th at 7:00pm.

He will be sharing his experiences and his passion for photographing all over the world. You don't want to miss this!!

About Myron ‘Mylo’ Fowler

Award Winning Fine Art Large Format Landscape Photographer for over the past decade, Mylo has assisted thousands of photographers of all levels in photographing his homeland of the Navajo Reservation. Born at the Navajo Nation capitol city and raised on the Reservation South of a photographers Mecca, Page Arizona, Mylo enjoys helping others capture the light.

A primary user of 4x5 and 8x10 field cameras, Mylo has guided slot canyon excursions and exotic landscape workshops that number into the thousands. Mylo has worked with many camera makes and models, television companies from National Geographic to Weekend Explorer, publications from Outdoor Photographer Magazine to Arizona Highways. He is highly recommended by the Navajo Nation as a steward of the land and caters to personalize all experiences of high caliber companies, networks and the photographer’s experience.

Mylo has traveled across the world from Hong Kong to Berlin, Alaska into the Yucatan to share with other Nations and its residents regarding the beauty of the Southwest and its abundant heritage and culture. Having had a long history in working with Utah & Arizona Office of Tourism, Mylo has been highly recommended to guide projects and assignments for national coverage or collections to be presented to Kings, Queens and Royal Majesties.

He continues to add awards to his own landscape work and strictly specializes in film capture in both color and black and white. His work has been featured in magazines and his darkroom prints are collected annually in Santa Fe and Scottsdale for the prestigious and world renowned Native American Art expositions.

Mylo is fluent in Navajo, English and French. His desire is to photograph Native America on film has come from a rich history passed down from generation to generation. He credits his grandparents who recently passed at the ages of 92 and 104, of the importance to respect and marvel at Mother Nature. Having learned English at the age of 12, he understands the power of the communication. His passion is to share the photography language and the influence it has to enrich the lives of others. The name ‘Mylo’ was given to him from a dear friend who only communicates in American Sign Language.

He is happily married to his beautiful wife Anita and divides time from Sandy, Utah and Page, Arizona. They plan to name their first son due on Christmas Eve, Denali.

To view a small sample of his work visit: www.fourthworldimages.com
To follow his excursions visit: www.facebook.com/fourthworldimages

Maybe you still remember on that day in August when we went with you to Antelope Canyon. I'm the Hungarian guy who lives in Ireland. I was with my fiancée Magdi and with our colleague Barbara from our company. I'd like to say thank you in showing us the best lights and spots! Especially I'd like to say a big Thank You to setting up my camera and teaching me how to achieve the best shots!”
-T. Haasz of Hungary

I wanted to take a quick minute to send you a copy of these photos. I really got much more than a tour. You were so adept at working with my camera and overcoming my own lack of experience. I would never have gotten the beautiful shots that I now have without all of your help! We're very grateful and happy we photographed with you!
-Bob & Kathy P. - Connecticut

The photo excursion and workshop was surreal and seemingly spiritual. There are no words to capture the experience, (This is truly a case of a picture is worth a thousand words, although some of the locations Mylo took us too would leave one speechless.) A memorable experience, thanks to Mylo, (in every sense of that word) who was knowledgeable of cameras and the area, engaging with all of us and personable. It is hard to imagine a better guide and a better experience!” -Steve K. -Torrance, California.

My wife and I just returned from the event. Mylo went way beyond anything that we expected, I am an amateur photographer and Mylo went out of his way to work with us to obtain the most incredible photos I have ever taken. We highly recommend Mylo.”

-Bill M. - Phoenix, Arizona.


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  • Larry O.

    Great night of photographic inspiration. A cultural adventure with Mylo into his Native American view of landscapes. A real immersion into the beauty available to us.

    November 15, 2012

  • Dave H.

    Very interested, a whole different side of photography than I am used to. What I took away, decide what you want, focus in, work to be the best you can be and mot importantly, enjoy the journey!

    November 15, 2012

  • Joni B.

    love photography, good to hear others personal experiences

    November 13, 2012

  • Kiralee

    What are we doing?

    November 1, 2012

    • Randy C.

      We will be having a guest speaker share his passion and talent with us. Mylo is one of the finest landscape photographers I know. More information will be posted in another day or two. Hope to see you there.

      November 1, 2012

  • Mary Lue O.

    should be exciting

    October 16, 2012

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