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Biology is Everything

It never ceases to amaze me how “tuned in” animals are to the subtleties of the environment. Take brown bears during the salmon run, for instance. Catching fish at the mouth of rivers as salmon begin to push in from the ocean is all about timing. Alaska is home to the second-largest tides in the […]

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The Third Dimension

For the many different people of the Pacific Northwest and Siberia, the brown and grizzly bear hold a special place within their cosmology thanks to Bear Mother. Many years ago, a young woman was lost on a trail while picking berries. She was rescued by two bears who came in the form of humans and […]

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Bear Bubbles and Limbic Systems

Bears have what biologists call and Overt Reaction Distance (ORD). Me, I like to call it the bear bubble. Outside of this bear bubble, they pay little to no attention to us or any other animal for that matter. Inside of this bear bubble you have their undivided attention – for better or for worse. […]

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Making a Connection

One of the biggest myths that surround black bears is that sows will attack people when they have cubs. Believe it or not, there is no evidence to back this up. I have spent hundreds of hours hanging out with and photographing black bear cubs, and only twice have sows responded defensively to me. Once […]

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You Stink

With a sense of hearing that is twice that of a human, and a sense of smell 2,000 times stronger than ours, everything about a bear is designed for thriving in the forest. Although they see in color like we do, their eyesight isn’t quite as acute as ours. This makes since to me though. […]

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Master Shadows

Of the 3 different species of bears in North America, black bears are without question my favorite. I know they’re not as exotic as polar bears, or as exciting as brown bears fishing for salmon (grizzlies are a subspecies of brown bears), but there’s just something about Ursus americanus, the American Bear, with their mysterious […]

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Go Tight for Emotion

Black bears are rarely aggressive, nor are they are not territorial. And except for young teenage males, these animals are pretty keen on respecting personal space. However, during the mating season, when boars are seeking out receptive sows, all bets are off when a lady is nearby, and another male comes strolling through. My style […]

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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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Look Up

It finally happened. After nearly two decades of digital photography, I had hard drive failures. Actually, that’s not quite it. I had software failures. But the result was nearly the same. The other night my MacBook updated to the latest version of Big Sur. And when it did, all of my drives suddenly “disconnected.” I […]

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workshop level education from working professional wildlife photographers

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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