Art Talks About Travels to the Edge

My inspiration for Travels to the Edge:

24 Responses to “Art Talks About Travels to the Edge”

  1. Markos says:

    As a amateur photographer I find your shows useful and fun to watch as well as informative. I am glad you take the time to do them.

  2. Markos says:

    As a amateur photographer I find your shows useful and fun to watch as well as informative. I am glad you take the time to do them.

  3. Juan Silva says:

    I discovered your show last year and since that moment I have been following all of them. There are so inspirational for me as amateur photographer. The level of the energy that you create and drive with your show is enormous for people like me that just enjoy the quality this works.

    Thank you for this great contribution to photographer amateur communities and please, keep going.

  4. Juan Silva says:

    I discovered your show last year and since that moment I have been following all of them. There are so inspirational for me as amateur photographer. The level of the energy that you create and drive with your show is enormous for people like me that just enjoy the quality this works.

    Thank you for this great contribution to photographer amateur communities and please, keep going.

  5. Dug Threewitt says:

    I am so glad I came across this show half way through the first season. I just happened to click on our PBS station. I have definately improved as a photographer since watching your show.
    Thanks

  6. Dug Threewitt says:

    I am so glad I came across this show half way through the first season. I just happened to click on our PBS station. I have definately improved as a photographer since watching your show.
    Thanks

  7. Carl Raymond says:

    I just purchased both seasons on DVD and am enjoying them. I appreciate that you aren’t hitting us over the head with F-stops and shutter speeds (things most of us already have a grasp on,) but rather keep the focus on the place and it’s features.

    Don’t downplay your books too much though, I have a couple autographed copies and they hold a place of pride on my bookshelf – often my guests quickly walk right up to them and start turning pages.

  8. Carl Raymond says:

    I just purchased both seasons on DVD and am enjoying them. I appreciate that you aren’t hitting us over the head with F-stops and shutter speeds (things most of us already have a grasp on,) but rather keep the focus on the place and it’s features.

    Don’t downplay your books too much though, I have a couple autographed copies and they hold a place of pride on my bookshelf – often my guests quickly walk right up to them and start turning pages.

  9. Caitlin says:

    Though I don’t know much about photography, your show has really made me want to pick up a camera and learn. I’ve got both seasons on DVD and enjoy them regularly. The show is wonderful in that you don’t have to be a photographer to appreciate the beauty of the places you visit or the photos you take.

  10. Roy says:

    Im a huge fan of Travels to the Edge! Watching Art shoot has greatly helped me improve in my own photography. I also hope this show inspires other pro photographers to develop shows of their own.

  11. Leslie O'Neill says:

    Art,

    God Bless You, your crew, and everyone who brings Travels from the Edge to us! As you said in your March 27 video, it is all about communication and INSPIRATION! I could not agree more! I have visited some of these sites and hope to visit more before I die. Just knowing that these places of such exquisite beauty exist, and to experience them through your loving eye is deeply inspiring! I thank all of you involved in producing this masterpiece production, so beautifully and harmoniously put together (including the MUSIC– WOW!!) a thousand times over and hope that the experience blesses you as it does me, my family and friends.

    Long may Earth in all her glory reign.

    Deeply grateful,
    Leslie in Oregon

  12. Leslie O'Neill says:

    Art,

    God Bless You, your crew, and everyone who brings Travels from the Edge to us! As you said in your March 27 video, it is all about communication and INSPIRATION! I could not agree more! I have visited some of these sites and hope to visit more before I die. Just knowing that these places of such exquisite beauty exist, and to experience them through your loving eye is deeply inspiring! I thank all of you involved in producing this masterpiece production, so beautifully and harmoniously put together (including the MUSIC– WOW!!) a thousand times over and hope that the experience blesses you as it does me, my family and friends.

    Long may Earth in all her glory reign.

    Deeply grateful,
    Leslie in Oregon

  13. Buck Rivard says:

    When is season three scheduled to start? Im itching to watch new episodes!

    • Art Wolfe admin says:

      I’m devoting this year to teaching so shooting for Season 3 won’t begin til early next year. I hope to have the new episodes on the air by Fall of next year.

  14. Jack Booth says:

    Art,

    I tend to endlessly replay your episodes, prompting my wife to ask why we have to always watch the same thing ten times. But you would have been amused if you had seen her on the trip we just completed to Banff National Park in Canada. In the midst of a grand scene, I would find her off in the bushes, photographing lichen on a rock or color patterns on rotten logs, or framing a great view through an arch in a piece of driftwood. “Today I’m doing textures and patterns,” she would say. “I’m doing Art Wolfe.” So there you have it _ another convert.

  15. Jack Booth says:

    Art,

    I tend to endlessly replay your episodes, prompting my wife to ask why we have to always watch the same thing ten times. But you would have been amused if you had seen her on the trip we just completed to Banff National Park in Canada. In the midst of a grand scene, I would find her off in the bushes, photographing lichen on a rock or color patterns on rotten logs, or framing a great view through an arch in a piece of driftwood. “Today I’m doing textures and patterns,” she would say. “I’m doing Art Wolfe.” So there you have it _ another convert.

  16. Patsy Barr says:

    I have enjoyed your shows more than any other of this type. There is really nothing to which to compare them
    I have been to Antartica and would love to be on this expedition.
    I can’t get enough and hope to buy your DVDs.

  17. Patsy Barr says:

    I have enjoyed your shows more than any other of this type. There is really nothing to which to compare them
    I have been to Antartica and would love to be on this expedition.
    I can’t get enough and hope to buy your DVDs.

  18. Juergen Roth says:

    I just finished watching Travels to the edge – Japan and was little skeptical first but than you draw me right in with the show. It was fascinating, magical and just awesome to watch … one of my favorites now!

    My best, Juergen

  19. Juergen Roth says:

    I just finished watching Travels to the edge – Japan and was little skeptical first but than you draw me right in with the show. It was fascinating, magical and just awesome to watch … one of my favorites now!

    My best, Juergen

  20. AGC says:

    Hope to see Season 3 on Blu-ray. Keep up the great work Art!!

  21. Lynn Dunn says:

    Hi Art,

    My husband and I have been wondering you will be filming any new episodes of Travels to the Edge? We love your show, and watch them frequently, but are hoping for some new shows in the future. By the way, I want to tell you that I can’t get enough of the episode when you photographed the tigers in the wild. That just brings tears to my eyes every time I watch it. Breathtaking!

    Thank you,
    Lynn

  22. Lynn Dunn says:

    Hi Art,

    My husband and I have been wondering you will be filming any new episodes of Travels to the Edge? We love your show, and watch them frequently, but are hoping for some new shows in the future. By the way, I want to tell you that I can’t get enough of the episode when you photographed the tigers in the wild. That just brings tears to my eyes every time I watch it. Breathtaking!

    Thank you,
    Lynn

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