He also has some videos on his site...
Joined Oct 2010
Such a shame this isnt on in the UK yet, anyone know if they plan to air it in the uk? Id rather not download torrents of it.
"that rump shot is just adorable"
UK SE Photographer of the Year 2009
Joined Oct 2006
Royal Tunbridge Wells, UK
These were good, and to be honest I'd watch any photography show
Joined Jun 2010
I checked my Weather Channel listings for Thursday, and... Nothin'...
Indecent Exposure wrote in post #12134187
Thanks for the heads up! Since season 3 of Art Wolfe's show is in limbo, this may fill in nicely!
You say that like its a bad thing.
Joined Oct 2009
Joined Oct 2007
Santa Clara, California
drumsfield wrote in post #12196444
I watched the preview on the website. The show looks overly dramatized and choreographed.
Well that's cable TV for ya.
"It doesn't matter what camera you have if your photography has nothing worthwhile to say"
Joined Jan 2007
Apr 13, 2011 14:35 as a reply to rjx's post |
Joined Sep 2009
It is overly dramatized. It's very annoying when they try to make every shot a "cliff hanger." He keeps saying did I get the shot in time before the sun goes down, and then they go to commercials. I think they do a bad job of presenting his shots. Does anyone else think it is annoying that they use fake filmstrip edges (most of his pics are digital via phase one) and zoom in and out of photos? He does have beautiful shots.
Joined May 2007
Apr 24, 2011 16:32 as a reply to hubcaps's post |
It's pretty watchable, if only to see some of the nice destinations. Definitely entertainment value over any real 'photographic' interest. For real insight behind his images I imagine the show would consist of him (or his pp assistant) sitting at the computer on photoshop for an hour. Definitely produces some nice stuff though,and yes definitely just a bit bitter of his huge production backing and travel opportunities.
Joined Jan 2007
ctranter wrote in post #12284600
It's pretty watchable, if only to see some of the nice destinations. Definitely entertainment value over any real 'photographic' interest. For real insight behind his images I imagine the show would consist of him (or his pp assistant) sitting at the computer on photoshop for an hour. Definitely produces some nice stuff though,and yes definitely just a bit bitter of his huge production backing and travel opportunities. :p
Joined Dec 2005
Not the Left Coast but the Right Coast - USA
Apr 25, 2011 10:33 as a reply to Indecent Exposure's post |
For viewers with ON DEMAND (eg. cablevision customers) you can view the show anytime with the FREE ON DEMAND feature
Joined Oct 2006
Just returned from Las Vegas and had a chance to stop at his gallery in the Venetian hotel. His work is very impressive! In person the prints are beautifully done and really shine. He has them all printed on a Fuji paper, similar to a metallic, but not with that much glare. under the gallery lighting they really seem to almost emit light and at first I thought they were lit form behind. The gallery wouldn't tell me much about the paper or the process (maybe they didn't know?) All they would tell me was that it was a Fuji print. They were all done in black frames with a white matting. Most were either vertical or horizontal panoramas printed in large sizes. Again, very well done!
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