Art Wolfe

Art Wolfe

American photographer, author and conservationist, best known for color images of wildlife, landscapes and native cultures. His photographs document scenes from every continent and hundreds of locations, and have been noted by environmental advocacy groups for their "stunning" visual impact.

Articles by Art Wolfe

Landscape & Environment

Night Fisherman

(Originally published in 2012, this piece shows Art’s wonderful mind and work and simultaniously illistrates how far our digital photography has come) – Ed. People

Seeing Like a Painter

The silhouetted and blurred wildebeest in South Africa are defined by the negative spaceWhen we confront a landscape, we are surrounded by a chaos of

Abstract Vacation

My Abstract Vacation to OregonfromArt WolfeonVimeo. I took off on a short trip through Oregon with friends. I just love the Eastern parts of Washington

Constructing the Composition: Angkor Wat

Cambodia – 7Every successful image is comprised of several key elements that define its character: exposure, the balance and movement of the composition, the interplay

Beyond the Obvious – Discovering Unintended Art

April 8, 2011Never discount the ability to create effective photographs during a rainy overcast day. On my last day in Yang Shao, China we were