Art Wolfe

Famous Photographer

Influence through history

Art Wolfe has influenced a lot of history by his art work. His photos show the real pictures of wild life. They also show many different locations from all around the world. His photography soon bloomed into a documentary of "Travel To The Edge With Art Wolfe" this was just a modern version of all his photography work.

Brief Biography

Art Wolfe born in 1951- present grew up with photography all around his life, both parents were as well photographers in Seattle, Washington. Wolfe graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University Of Washington.Within four years of graduation, Wolfe had done assignments for National Geographic magazine and produced his first photo book documenting Northwest Indian baskets.

Some examples of Art Wolfe works.

Career

Wolfe's approach to nature photography combines elements of photojournalism and art photography. Wolfe lists his major influences as Ernst Haas and Eliot Porter. Wolfe has released more than 65 photo books and instructional videos of photographic techniques. The U.S. postal service has used Wolfe's photographs on two stamps. Wolfes photography type to set him apart is to digitally manipulated photos, including cloning to create additional animals in ensemble shots. In his work i can see Rule of thirds and as well as using different shutter speeds to capture different images.