UNDERRATED: 'Travels to the Edge With Art Wolfe'

In an age where anyone with a phone can live their own <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST000070" title="Diane Arbus" href="/topic/arts-culture/diane-arbus-PEHST000070.topic">Diane Arbus</a> fantasies, there's still no substitute for a professional. Though this series lasted only 25 episodes a few years back, its constant rotation on PBS means you can check in with Wolfe and his awe-inspiring eye and equipment as he takes better pictures than you in the Grand Canyon, Patagonia and other picture-perfect spots. You might even learn something.
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( PBS / February 24, 2012 )

In an age where anyone with a phone can live their own Diane Arbus fantasies, there's still no substitute for a professional. Though this series lasted only 25 episodes a few years back, its constant rotation on PBS means you can check in with Wolfe and his awe-inspiring eye and equipment as he takes better pictures than you in the Grand Canyon, Patagonia and other picture-perfect spots. You might even learn something.

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