Taz Tally's photographic prints capture the natural beauty of Homer and the rest of Alaska like nothing else can. Printed on metal, his powerful contrast of lights and darks is even more compelling.
Taz Tally is a Homer, Alaska photographer who specializes in black and white landscape photography. Taz’s interest in photography began when he was 9 years old on a cross country flight with his dad, aboard a 4-engine, propeller-driven Constellation Airliner. During this trip, to Taz’s delight, his dad introduced him to f-stops, shutter speeds, and ASA, and Taz’s love affair with photography began.
Taz is an avid outdoorsman with a PhD in geology, who enjoys hiking, kayaking, skiing, and biking adventures that provide inspiration for many of his photographs. In addition to his photographic art, Taz is also an author, having published more than a dozen digital imaging and adventure books, including his popular 50 Hikes in Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. Taz shares his passion for photography, digital imaging, geology, and outdoor adventures by teaching a variety of online and classroom courses through the University of Alaska, Lynda.com, and Sessions.edu. Taz is a much sought-after speaker for a variety of events, including the annual GraphExpo Exposition in Chicago. Taz also offers personalized photography and outdoor adventures to individuals and groups.
Taz chooses black and white as his medium because he likes to focus on landscape forms, textures, and fabrics without the distraction of color. Black and white has a stark purity that he really enjoys. He is most satisfied when he captures landscapes in their simplest, most elegant forms. He enjoys the entire creative process, from image capture through printing.
See more of Taz's images at www.taztallyphotography.com
Images of Kachemak Bay at the top of our website are by Byron Birdsall, Taz Tally, Ed Tussey, and Jon Van Zyle.
Where to Find Us:
Art Shop Gallery
202 W Pioneer Ave, Suite A
Homer, AK 99603
Phone: (907)235-7076 or
Toll Free: (800)478-7076
We are open Monday through Saturday 11-5.