A friend forwarded me an amazing still photo taken from the air of camels walking across the desert. The catch… the shot was taken straight down at the camels. The camels themselves were white slivers, but their shadows were long and in clear form making it look like you could see all the camels laying on the sand. Its an amazing image and it was traced to the following National Geographic site where there is a
Its taken a few weeks, but I’ve finally been able to finalize photos from Day 11 of my trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. This day could easily be summed up as the day of the panoramic. I have posted 5 panoramic images including 180 degree views of the Brooks Range and Coastal Plain (including the Arctic Ocean and pack ice). In addition to the amazing scenery captured in these panoramics there are a v
I’ve never been into caving, but from the description of this recent discovery in Sequoia National Park I might change my tune. Unfortunately it sounds like they’re going to keep the location of this cave secret for some time to come. None the less the description and photos are incredible.
For sometime I’ve been asked what techniques I use to capture my panoramic photos and recently I had the opportunity to conduct a presentation on the topic. Inspired by the feedback from those I’ve talked to and presented to I’ve written up an article on how to Master Digital Panoramic Photography. If you’re new to panoramic photography I hope this helps you learn the ropes and for those with
For those just finding my site for the first time I have been documenting a recent trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge with in the “Articles” section of my web site. Updates include daily highlights and images. So far 10 days have been posted of the 12 days in the field. The trip was centered around the filming of an episode of “Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe”, a TV program / Natur
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