You are an explorer. An adventurer. An artist. This is a way of life. Invest in You.

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Wildlife photography is more than camera settings and gear. It’s an experience. Commitment. An identity. When you step into the field, you are no longer a doctor or accountant or police officer. You are an explorer. An adventurer. An artist. You have stories to tell and experiences that others have only dreamed of. This is a way of life.

The Journal of Wildlife Photography is the Premier Wildlife Publication For ANY Level!

IT’S NOT LIKE OTHER PUBLICATIONS…

Learning to become a wildlife photographer is time-consuming. It can take years to learn the ropes and hone your skills. Different animals require different tactics. The editing process is wholly different from other genera of photography. And most photographers progress at a glacial pace, inch by inch, for this reason.

The Journal of Wildlife Photography changes that by bringing you workshop level education from working professional wildlife photographers. Using real-world examples and giving you access to countless years of collective experience, the Journal will make you a better photographer. Guaranteed.

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Back Issues

There is no reason to buy back issues. From the very first issue to the most current – you get them all!

Video Library

We are producing exclusive video content for our subscribers covering everything from Lightroom and Photoshop to fieldcraft.

Mobile Ready

Whether you are at home or on the go, the Journal of Wildlife Photography can be accessed on your home computer and all mobile devices. Pepperjam Verification

Questions & Actions

We get tons of questions from our readers, so we decided to add an entire section in each issues dedicated to specific questions from our subscribers.

Pure Gold

Each Issue Is Packed With 50 to 60 Pages of Pure Gold…But You Don’t Have to Take Our Word For It.

On November 30th, We Are Giving Away the Ultimate Wildlife Photography Equipment Package Worth $20,000 to One Lucky Subscriber!

The winner will get a 500mm f/4 lens and a pro camera body of your choice, along with a Really Right Stuff tripod and Wimberley Gimbal head!

Past Winners

Yellowstone Workshop

CAMERON SULLIVAN

November 2019

Canon 5D Mark IV

BETTY JOSEPH

January 2020

Canon 500mm f/4 lens

KRISTA SHOFSTALL

July 2020

Sony A9 II

SHEEN DEIS

August 2020

100% Eco Friendly Publication

105 million trees are cut down around the world each year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We decided to keep this publication digital so as to not be part of that problem. Plus it allows us to take a multimedia approach with the addition of videos as well

10% of the profits generated from your subscription will be donated to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) COVID-19 Response Fund.

Annual Membership

$97.00

  • 1 years subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography
  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 60 pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop level information about wildlife photography
  • Post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography
  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox
  • Automatically registered to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways
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Lifetime Membership

$297.00

  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography
  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 60 pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop level information about wildlife photography
  • Post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography
  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox
  • Automatically registered to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways
  • Lifetime access to the Journal of Wildlife Photography
  • Pay once and never have to think about it again!
  • 15% off all future purchases
  • FREE BONUS: 111 page eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)
  • FREE BONUS #2: 137 page eBook – “The Photographers Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)
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