The Art of Photographing Nature

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Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1993 - Photography - 184 pages
The first how-to book by Art Wolfe, America's most renowned nature photographer, written in collaboration with the former photography editor of Audubon magazine. Together, they help everyone from novice to experienced amateur to see like a photography professional. Full-color photographs.

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About the author (1993)

Art Wolfe was born on September 13, 1951 in Seattle, Washington. He received a bachelor's degree in fine arts and arts education from the University of Washington in 1975. His first book, Indian Baskets of the Northwest Coast, was published in 1978. He has been a photographer for the numerous magazines including National Geographic, Smithsonian, Audubon, GEO, and Terre Sauvage. His photographs have appeared in several exhibitions. He has published over 80 books including The High Himalaya, Water: Worlds between Heaven and Earth, Tribes, Rainforests of the World, Pacific Northwest, Land of Light and Water, Light on the Land, Migrations, The Living Wild, Africa, Human Canvas, and Edge of the Earth, Corner of the Sky. His children's titles include O Is for Orca and Animal Action Alphabet. He has received numerous awards including the Outstanding Nature Photographer of the Year Award from the North American Nature Photography Association, the first ever Rachel Carson Award from the National Audubon Society, and the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography in Nature and Environment. In 2000, he founded the publishing company Wildlands Press. He has also worked on several television shows including On Location with Art Wolfe, Techniques of the Masters, American Photo Safari, and Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge.

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