Searching for some winter inspiration? All these photos were taken in Februarys over the last ten years. From migrating birds, crystal clear urban skylines, Antarctic summers, to tropical southeast Asia, the world is packed full of activity and promise.
Exploring Svalbard, Norway is an unforgettable experience. Because it is so difficult to reach, and to travel around, it is one of the last wild places in the world with stunning arctic wildlife. Unique and remote destinations are just some of the highlights on this voyage through the Arctic.
Services included in this photography tour:
- Expedition with 12 nights aboard the MS Stockholm
- All meals and drinks, including alcoholic, aboard the MS Stockholm included
- Land activities during the cruise: Zodiac excursions with an expert expedition team
- Private field instruction with Art Wolfe
- Portfolio reviews, lectures, and educational programs
- Transfers and luggage storage
- Comprehensive informational packet
Find out more about this tour here.
I created a series of videos explaining techniques I use in the field. Here is a little introduction to the series that I shot while on South Georgia Island.
And let’s get started with Episode 1!
To kick things off, I would also like to offer 10% off either of my current “how to” books The New Art of Photographing Nature or The Art of the Photograph! Just key in the coupon code techblog to get the discount.
Presented by Kenmore Camera
General Admission $26
Seniors and Students $22
Group rates contact firstname.lastname@example.org
May the sheep and goats bring us peace, love, trust and happiness this year.
Everyone who buys SEE THE WORLD before February 19, 2015 is automatically entered to win a new Fuji X-E2 and 18-55mm lens.
About SEE THE WORLD
[20 Lessons for Stronger Travel Photographs]
The best photographs from around the world have little to do with the camera that was used or how compact the tripod was; they have everything to do with the photographer you bring with you. See The World is an investment in that photographer: you.
This 210-page PDF eBook covers some of the concerns of traveling, such as which cameras to take, preparing packing lists, how to deal with carry-on luggage restrictions, choosing tripods and bags, but those are just the trivial details. The important details are in the 20 lessons designed to teach you what David believes is the real art of traveling with a camera while experiencing new places, landscapes, and cultures. See the World outlines the importance of storytelling and finding elements of the visual language that help you tell those stories, dealing with people, and working through the creative process of seeing places for the first time. This book summarizes the real work of making photographs that are more visually arresting and emotionally compelling.
February 20, 2015 6:00PM – 7:00PM
Earth Is My Witness Presentation; free with admission and museum members
February 21, 2015 10:00AM – 3:00PM
Museum members and current AutoNation Academy of Art + Design students $155 ; Non- members $185 (includes Artist level Museum membership). Participants will also receive FREE admission to Art Wolfe’s lecture at the Museum Friday, February 20 at 6 pm.
Yes, we finally did get out of Punta Arenas! Antarctica was waiting for us with beautiful skies, ice, microflora and of course, penguins. I even started to see them in the patterns of my abstracts. Can you?
On Wednesday, February 11, I will be giving a benefit for the Southwest Seattle Historical Society. I will share little-known early photos of West Seattle, as well as some of my most famous works.
This is an exclusive event at the historic Colman Estate, an Arthur Loveless-designed English revival estate in West Seattle. Each individual or couple will receive a
copy of Earth Is My Witness, which I will personally inscribe. Also included is a signed,
8-by-10-inch photo, suitable for framing, that depicts the Madrona trees of my beloved Lincoln Park.
For information on the event, please call Clay Eals, Executive Director, at 206-484-8008, or e-mail email@example.com.
Can’t make it to the event? Plan a visit to the Loghouse Museum on Alki, the “birthplace of Seattle”.
Flying into Antarctica can be a dicey proposition. We were stranded in Punta Arenas, Chile for a few days before the weather cleared enough on the icy continent, then hours later we couldn’t land and had to return for another try a day later. We did get a great view of Fitz Roy and the Patagonian Icecap, though.