Click play to see Art’s Year of the Horse images, or click HERE.
I was back from India for two days before heading to Yellowstone…
Click play to see all the Yellowstone images, or click HERE
While in Kerala, I was interviewed by the Times of India. Catch the article HERE.
Check out some of my favorite pictures from Cochin and Kerala by clicking play on the slideshow, or click HERE.
Radiant Orchid blooms with confidence and magical warmth that intrigues the eye and sparks the imagination. It is an expressive, creative and embracing purple—one that draws you in with its beguiling charm. A captivating harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid emanates great joy, love and health.
The California Academy of Sciences has launched the Big Picture Natural World Photography Competition, with great prizes, and a jury that includes Suzi Eszterhas Wildlife Photography, Daniel Beltrá Photography, Clay Bolt, Tui de Roy, Klaus Nigge, Tom Peschak and Kathy Moran.
Art will be presenting at the photography awards night on July 31st.
Submission deadline is March 31, 2014.
Click play to see all of Art’s favorites from Kerala, or click HERE
India is just such a colorful and amazingly diverse country. We’ve been traveling in Kerala, home to vast tea plantations, and then in the arid border regions of Kutch. One tribe has beautifully painted homes—these people are artisans who stay in one place. The others live in huts made from sticks, hides and plastic and are truly nomadic, looking for forage for their herds of cattle and camels.
For the last couple weeks I have been traveling in India with some very good friends. As a last minute change in our itinerary, we decided to head off to Kanha, where we enjoyed seeing the abundant wildlife and the adjacent villages. Then we headed off to Mumbai and the Dhobi Ghat (the world’s largest laundry), which couldn’t be any more different than the bucolic countryside.
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The Art of the Photograph helps amateur photographers of all levels break bad habits and shatter common yet incorrect assumptions that hold many photographers back, transforming your photography in the process.
And it is now available in the UK, including on Amazon.
It is still available in the US, including on my store.
Nature’s Best Photography offers this prestigious acknowledgement annually to a single photographer or photo team whose body of work has consistently engaged the public through the power of photography and multimedia presentations. This Award is a part of the Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards and the winner’s images will be displayed in the exhibition at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and in the NBP magazines.
2013 WINNER | ART WOLFE
Art will provide everyone with a list of assignments/shooting suggestions prior to the workshop, and will spend two full days looking over everyone’s work through the magnifying glass. He will have a question and answer section at the beginning and end of each day providing you with an opportunity to gain insight as to how he has created and maintained a successful career in photography.
If you are ready to take your photography to a new level, look no further and do not hesitate as this course will fill quickly.
There is a meet and greet at 6pm, January 31 at the Graham Visitor Center at Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum
To register click HERE
For additional information contact Libby Pfeiffer, 888.973.0011