Photographs From The Edge: A Review

Legendary nature photographer Art Wolfe presents an intimate, behind-the-scenes guide to the experiences, decisions, and methods that helped him capture images from some of the most exciting locations across the globe. 

Wolfe takes you from the mountains of the Himalayas to the sandy shores of Mnemba Island, with stops in the crowded streets of India and the alkali lakes of Africa along the way. You’ll learn the equipment, settings, and creative choices behind each photograph. From endangered species to cultural celebrations to natural wonders, Wolfe brings each subject to life through his stunning photography and the stories he shares in this one-of-a-kind photo safari.

Review:

In Photographs From The Edge shows off almost 35 years worth of beautiful photographs from Art Wolfe. These photographs were taken all over the world. Besides showing off his work, it also tells of Wolfes life, how he came up with his style.

Along with the beautiful photographs Wolfe adds a story to it, how life took him to this location, what he did to the photo. Each photo adds “The nature of the photo” that is what the culture is behind what’s in the photo. Another is “Photo tip”  which gives the reader or any photographer tips on how to handle or do certain things. I also really like how each photograph lists what equipment he used in each shot. I feel that was a really smart move.
It is a really well put together book, and it would a nice book for anyones collection.   


If your interested in this book or look at upcoming work you can just out Wolfes’ website. http://artwolfe.com/

I received this book for my honest review from blogging for books. (bloggingforbooks.com)


~Kellie

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