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Canon + Art Wolfe on PBS TV (USA)

Dan Funk , May 16, 2007; 12:14 a.m.

Via Google News: I saw this post by Michael R. Tomkins on imaging-resource.com

"An interesting new section added to Canon's Digital Learning Center website offers a chance to learn from wildlife and nature photographer Art Wolfe.

The minisite, which accompanies the television program 'Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe' and is divided into areas for each episode of the show, offers a sampling of photos shot by Art along with exposure details. There's also information on the Canon equipment used to capture the photos, shooting tips, information on the locations, and more.

Settings for the thirteen episodes of 'Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe' include Africa, Alaska, the American Southwest, Bolivia, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Patagonia, Peru, and South Georgia Island. The show is currently airing on certain PBS stations in 28 states. To find out if your local PBS station is among these, visit the minisite, and click on 'TV Schedule'."

The Canon minisite: http://www.usa.canon.com/dlc/travels/index.jsp

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Andy Szeto , May 16, 2007; 12:35 a.m.

Too bad. New Jersey is not on the list ;(

Joel Holcomb , May 16, 2007; 09:09 a.m.

You might want to check the website of your local PBS broadcaster. Maine was not on the list either, but when I checked the schedule at MPBN, I see the first two programs in the series are scheduled for Saturday mornings, May 19 and 26. This looks like it might be an updated version of Canon's photo safari program they had a few years ago. I was very disappointed when they discontinued it.

Jennifer Marshall , May 16, 2007; 10:56 a.m.

Andy -- depending on where you live in NJ, you might get WYBE from Philadelphia which is broadcasting the show. I live in Mercer County, and Cablevision carries it in our town.

Vivek Khanzode , May 16, 2007; 12:23 p.m.

Thanks Dan

We all appreciate the link. The HD video samples look great!

-- V

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