My upcoming book Night On Earth now has an official cover! This book is full of photos captured between the margins of the night, from twilight to the first inklings of morning light and the dark skies in between. It encompasses wildlife, natural landscapes, cities and much more selected from thousands of nighttime shots I’ve accumulated over my career.
Books! They’ve been a popular subject lately on the weekly Tequila Time live stream. Last week we discussed 10 influential books by other authors, and tomorrow I’ll be talking about my own book projects and the work that goes into them.
On that note, I am excited to announce that for friends in Deutschland, my popular title Photographs from the Edge with Rob Sheppard is now available in German! It is available through Amazon.de & and HERE as well! This is one of my more popular books, which recounts capturing some of the most recognizable and/or personally meaningful photos of my career.
Der legendäre Naturfotograf Art Wolfe gewährt erstmals intime Einblicke in sein Schaffen. Er fotografiert seit über 40 Jahren überall auf der Welt Natur, Tiere, Menschen, Kulturdenkmäler und Feste verschiedenster Nationen. Seine besten Werke sind in diesem Band versammelt, begleitet von Geschichten zur Entstehung der Fotos und wertvollen Tipps zur Ausrüstung und zu den Techniken des großen Künstlers.
Erscheint am 26.05.2020
Frederking & Thaler Verlag
ca. 200 Abbildungen
Format 19,3 x 26,1 cm
I’m THRILLED to announce that Wild Elephants is officially published as of today! This is a big, beautiful book that encompasses a lifetime of photographing elephants and includes fascinating text by notable conservation biologist Dr. Samuel Wasser on the impacts of the illegal elephant trade and other factors affecting these awesome, intelligent beasts. The news isn’t all grim as we highlight the many measures being taken to ensure these intelligent and charismatic animals can continue to thrive.
Wild Elephants is a celebration of these wondrous gentle giants and the renewed efforts countries are taking to protect their natural heritage. We explore what we can do to empower local populations to safeguard the survival of a magnificent species. Over 250 beautifully printed sturdy pages explore Asian and African elephants in a variety of environments, from lush forests to wide open savannas. Individuals and groups are examined through textural details of their thick, leathery skin to their place in the vast herds they belong to.
For those of you whom have already pre-ordered your copy of Wild Elephants, those will be sent out as soon as I’m able to sign them! If you’re near the Seattle area, I’ll be giving a presentation and signing this book with others for sale as well at the Kenmore Camera Digital Photo Expo this Saturday November 2nd from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM – I hope to see you there!