On June 6 at 10am I will be following up with the Art of Composition Seminar at the Ricketson Auditorium. This is my master class where I show insights and techniques that will help your photographic eye and transform your photography.
This trip, which ranged from the color riot that is the Holi Festival in Mathura, to the holy waters and ghats along the Ganges in Varanasi, through the beautiful landscapes and tigers of Bandhavgarh and on to colorful desert settings of Rajasthan, was a terrific experience for us both. Art Wolfe magic was a big part that experience. Art is a funny, engaging and kind human being, as well as an excellent, patient teacher of photography. We would join him again in a heartbeat for more photography travel and hope to do so soon!
However, there is still space in the April 26th Art of Composition Seminar. It is my master class where I show insights and techniques that will help your photographic eye and transform your photography.
From Tanzania to Japan, Art has been there this year: geysers in Yellowstone, sea turtle hatchlings on Mnemba Island, voracious seals in Antarctica, exuberant revelers at Holi, and floating Shinto shrines in Japan.
This group of photos represents a lot of 4:40am wake-ups in Japan in order to get the best atmospheric conditions as well as to avoid the tourists. Lots of foul weather as of late, which played nicely into our shoots. I especially like the Lotus stems!
Just in case anyone thought so- this is not an April Fools post!
2015 is going to be a big year for me. I will continue to travel often (check out when you can join me on my events page), the Tales By Light show premieres in Australia this May, and I am moving my office to West Seattle. Art Wolfe, Inc. is moving to online sales only. This will allow me to concentrate my small staff on more exciting new projects.
The Art Wolfe Gallery will be open for one more month in Pioneer Square. Thereafter all sales will be online at artwolfe.com and through the Rotella Gallery.
We are having a moving sale! Items include office and display fixtures and product, including black leather sofa with ottoman, dining room table, desks, chairs, reception desk, storage bench seating, large screen televisions, lighting, etc. Don’t miss the sale – doors open at 9am on Friday, April 3rd and will continue with normal gallery operating hours until April 18th.
New Mailing Address:
Art Wolfe, Inc.
6523 California Avenue SW, PMB #343
Seattle, WA 98136
Täuschung und Tarnung werden häufig eingesetzt, wenn es darum geht, als Spezies zu überleben, und oft besteht die Überlebenstaktik darin, sich einfach unsichtbar zu machen. Art Wolfe, einer der bedeutendsten Naturfotografen unserer Zeit, fotografierte über mehrere Jahrzehnte hinweg Tiere auf der ganzen Welt, die die Kunst der Tarnung perfekt beherrschen. Ein Gepard verschwindet im hohen Gras, ein Rotfuchs löst sich im herbstlichen Wald scheinbar auf, und was wie eine zarte Orchidee aussieht, entpuppt sich als räuberische Fangschrecke. In magischen Suchbildern für große und kleine Entdecker hat Art Wolfe diese Meister der Tarnung eingefangen.
And for those of you, who don’t read German (like me), Knesebeck Verlag is publishing an updated version of Vanishing Act, originally published in 2005. Now with more photos, captions, and a new design!