The Travels to the Edge Field Seminars

The best way to learn photography, or lease the quickest, is in the field one-on-one with an instructor. This May I will conduct four Travels to the Edge Field Seminars in Yosemite, Acadia, and Zion National Parks as well as the Big Sur Coast. Each group is limited to 10 participants.

I will work one-on-one with each individual as well as the group as a whole. Two members from the Travels to the Edge crew will accompany us to provide assistance and to provide technical instruction in workflow and other issues faced while shooting away from the comforts of civilization. However, we will not be roughing it. I have reserved space in the historic Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite and at comfortable inns at the other locations.

My goal is no less than to change the way you see.

For details, check out the Education page on our website. Take your own Travels to the Edge.
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5 Responses to “The Travels to the Edge Field Seminars”

  1. Art, I just finished watching your Wild Asia episode. I was wondering when you were in India shooting this episode and how you arranged for elephant safaris.
    Thanks! Will

  2. Kris says:

    I look forward to hearing more about the field seminars…..I didn’t see any information on the seminar on your education page. Kris

  3. Art Wolfe admin says:

    I was in India this November. It’s easy to arrange an elephant safari at any of India’s parks with tigers, either when you are there or in advance. Just Google the park and you will find outfitters.

  4. Andrew Ferguson says:

    I have just recently saw one of your programs with the brown bears, and wasn’t able to deter where you were. you had a guide, and the bears were so close, you could touch them. I am new to photography and especially live wildlife photography and want to learn more, what is a good site of yours for doing that?

    • Art Wolfe admin says:

      Hi, Andrew,

      I wrote a couple books on photography techniques that you can find in the artwolfe.com store. I am also impressed by John Shaw’s Field Guide to Nature Photography.

      I shot the bears near the shoreline of Katmai, Alaska. I don’t recommend getting that close to bears unless you have years of experience observing their behavior, and even then, things can go terribly wrong fast.

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