24 Responses to “Art Wolfe Interview”

  1. Art Wolfe says:

    Art Wolfe Interview: John Greengo interviewed Art yesterday for the final week of his 10-week Photography class.. http://bit.ly/2h2fir

  2. RT @artwolfe: Art Wolfe Interview: John Greengo interviewed Art yesterday 4 the final week of his 10-week Photo class http://bit.ly/2h2fir

  3. RT @artwolfe: Art Wolfe Interview: John Greengo interviewed Art yesterday 4 the final week of his 10-week Photo class http://bit.ly/2h2fir

  4. Paulo Cesar says:

    RT @AdrianaMullen Great interview! RT @ajbartholomew: RT @artwolfe: Art Wolfe Interview: John Greengo interviewed Art http://bit.ly/2h2fir

  5. Jeff Revell says:

    Art Wolfe Interview: John Greengo interviewed Art yesterday for the final week of his 10-week Photography class.. http://bit.ly/2h2fir

  6. Pescalune says:

    RT @artwolfe Interview: John Greengo interviewed Art yesterday for the final week of his 10-week Photography class.. http://bit.ly/2h2fir

  7. RayBeckerman says:

    RT @AdrianaMullen Great interview! RT @ajbartholomew: RT @artwolfe: Art Wolfe Interview: John Greengo interviewed Art http://bit.ly/2h2fir

  8. Jack Booth says:

    Art,

    I hope you continue to post videos like this. As with viewing Travels to the Edge, I find it very helpful to hear how you think through your shots, what influences you, and how hard you work at it, both in walking about for the best angle and making sure the light is right. Travels to the Edge made my June visit to Banff, Canada, much more productive than the previous two trips, and likewise videos like this with all their details are a big help too. I can easily see attending one of your field workshops in the future that happens to be closer to the East Coast. Great work.

  9. Jack Booth says:

    Art,

    I hope you continue to post videos like this. As with viewing Travels to the Edge, I find it very helpful to hear how you think through your shots, what influences you, and how hard you work at it, both in walking about for the best angle and making sure the light is right. Travels to the Edge made my June visit to Banff, Canada, much more productive than the previous two trips, and likewise videos like this with all their details are a big help too. I can easily see attending one of your field workshops in the future that happens to be closer to the East Coast. Great work.

  10. Janous says:

    I enjoyed hearing about the challenges Art and the team faces as you work towards your objectives. As someone new to photography it’s nice to hear lessons learned from those that are experienced.

    One of the specific things I’ve picked up from TTTE and through this video is the concept of active shots. Most of the shots I’ve really liked have a tension that I couldn’t articulate. Viewing the shots from TTTE it clicked in my head that these are wonderful in that there are no stagnant shots. It’s put me on the path to recognizing what I like and learning what’s necessary to incorporate that into my own shots.

  11. Janous says:

    I enjoyed hearing about the challenges Art and the team faces as you work towards your objectives. As someone new to photography it’s nice to hear lessons learned from those that are experienced.

    One of the specific things I’ve picked up from TTTE and through this video is the concept of active shots. Most of the shots I’ve really liked have a tension that I couldn’t articulate. Viewing the shots from TTTE it clicked in my head that these are wonderful in that there are no stagnant shots. It’s put me on the path to recognizing what I like and learning what’s necessary to incorporate that into my own shots.

  12. Jim G. says:

    A great in-depth study of one our greatest photographers who not only takes a photo, but inspires others with it.

  13. Jim G. says:

    A great in-depth study of one our greatest photographers who not only takes a photo, but inspires others with it.

  14. Reading Art Wolfe Interview from blog.artwolfe.com http://bit.ly/7npWY

  15. Great video and interview… I now better pick up the hour and a bit that I spent watching it and keep on going with the work, but it was certainly well worth it.
    Greetings from Spain.

  16. Great video and interview… I now better pick up the hour and a bit that I spent watching it and keep on going with the work, but it was certainly well worth it.
    Greetings from Spain.

  17. Roger Madsen says:

    Interesting interview with Art Wolfe, http://bit.ly/5zmWBz

  18. Roger Madsen says:

    Interesting interview with Art Wolfe, http://bit.ly/5zmWBz

  19. See the World-John Greengo interviews (tons of photos) famous photog Art Wolfe : RT @artwolfe http://bit.ly/2h2fir Abstracts;Tiger workshops

  20. Markos says:

    Thanks for posting this, I enjoyed it alot.

  21. Andrew Henry says:

    Art Wolfe is not only a phenomenal photographer, but also an excellent teacher. I enjoy how he talks about patiently waiting for the right lighting to appear, and then seizing the moment! Best regards, Andrew Henry

  22. Andrew Henry says:

    Art Wolfe is not only a phenomenal photographer, but also an excellent teacher. I enjoy how he talks about patiently waiting for the right lighting to appear, and then seizing the moment! Best regards, Andrew Henry

  23. Stephanie Wilson says:

    I’ve been a huge fan of your work for many years, Art. Thank you for posting this video so I can continue to learn from you. Love your work!

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