Interview in Ami Magazine

Nissi Unger at Ami Magazine interviewed me.

Link to the full article:

Interview with Art Wolfe

Learn more about the publication:

amimagazine.org

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Garden for Wildlife Month 2013

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Art’s Yard – Images by Art Wolfe

May is Garden for Wildlife Month!

Get your yard certified as wildlife habitat through the National Wildlife Federation. Mine is!

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On Location: I Gatti della Toscana

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I Gatti di Toscana – Images by Art Wolfe

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NEW BOOK IS HERE!

The New Art of  Photographing Nature

Officially publishes today, April 2.

Here is an excerpt from The New Art of Photographing Nature that is officially available today.

The New Art of Photographing Nature – Excerpt by Crown Publishing Group

We are proud to present this fully revised edition of the classic bestseller The Art of Photographing Nature, in which master photographer Art Wolfe and former Audubon photo editor Martha Hill team up to explain the art of composing images of enduring beauty. Against a backdrop of more than 250 photographs of nature, wildlife, and landscapes, they share insights and advice about what works and what doesn’t, and how small changes can take an image from ordinary to extraordinary.

>>ORDER THE BOOK

We have the book in stock and are filling orders now.

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On Location: Torres del Paine National Park

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Torres del Paine National Park #1 – Images by Art Wolfe

It has been great shooting in Chile’s premier national park, Torres del Paine, the last few days. In just a few days I will be returning with another group to show them the wonders of this amazing landscape.

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Still Working on Firsts


Pumas – Images by Art Wolfe

It has become a year of firsts for me: in Japan I was able to photograph the Steller’s sea eagles for the first time, and now when I am in Chilean Patagonia, I have been able to photograph Southern South American pumas and their cubs. A couple of these photos will surely find their way into my next book project for 2014.

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On Location: Snowy Owls & Sandhill Cranes!

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Snowy Owls – Images by Art Wolfe

Only a few days home from a six week long trip and I was growing antsy to get out and photograph. I grabbed a couple friends and we headed north to the George C. Reifel Wildlife Sanctuary in hopes of a snowy owl sighting. We saw only two—the last of the hungry winter migrants from the north. Like me they were antsy to start their own return journey & I photographed one individual testing out its wings. One of the other great charms of Reifel are the resident sandhill cranes. This is where I’ve always had the best opportunity to photograph these beautiful birds up close.

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On Location: Japan Steller’s Sea Eagles and Whooper Swans

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Japan: Steller’s Sea Eagles & Whooper Swans – Images by Art Wolfe

Hokkaido is glorious in the winter. The starkly beautiful landscapes are punctuated with active and athletic wildlife. I have been wanting to photograph the magnificent Steller’s sea eagle for years, even decades, and finally, finally was able to on this trip!

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On Location: Japan Monkeys and Cranes

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Japan: Monkeys & Cranes – Images by Art Wolfe

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On Location: JAPAN – MACAQUES

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Japan Day 1: Snow Monkeys – Images by Art Wolfe

The Japanese have the corner on cute. The snow monkeys are always a treat and great subjects to photograph.
We are just starting out on this workshop and look forward to the many sights of Japan ahead.

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