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How I Pack my Big Lenses

 Of all the questions I get, one that keeps coming up over and over is how I travel with all my equipment. A couple years back I wrote an extensive article on this (with step-by-step photos) on how I travel with gear called How to Pack Like the BBC. I have worked with film […]

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  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

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75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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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Black Bears and Barred Owls

After a week in the temperate rainforest of Eastern Tennessee filming and photographing wildlife, I am back in civilization with a brand-new video for you!I timed my trip to the mountains for the Brood X cicadas. Every 17 years, these insects emerge by the billions, creating a feeding frenzy for wildlife. Warblers eat them. Turkeys […]

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75

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  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

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222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Do You Have What it Takes?

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0dDJRDw8UQ” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Being a successful wildlife photographer means more than just being a technically proficient photographer. All of the photographic knowledge in the world is not going to do you a bit […]

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72


75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Photographing Wild Horses in the Pryor Mountains

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a87qmnEb0Qk” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Along the border of Montana and Wyoming lives a herd of wild horses unlike any other in North America. There’s a world that towers above the surrounding landscape high amongst […]

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75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Flash Photography Simplified

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvIFT_KKH_w” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] There are few things in nature photography that seem to confuse photographers more than the use of flash. In this video I discuss the most important thing you need to […]

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72


75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Photographing Birds in Flight

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ma4xPn2bQaY” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Photographing birds in flight is more than just technical settings and knowing which auto focus area modes work best for the situation. There are techniques such as AF bumping and […]

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Annual Membership

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72


75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Flash Photography in the Wild

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aImfekRvW9g” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Flash should be a basic part of every nature photographer’s kit. It doesn’t matter if you are a wildlife photography, landscape photographer, or a dedicated macro photography. Flash is one […]

This is members only content and you must be a subscriber to gain access. Please login or subscribe below to continue reading this article as well as unlock lots of other great content.

Annual Membership

$97

$
72


75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Fix Distortion in Lightroom like a Pro

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lar1WbHUXSk” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Wide angle lenses are a part of every nature photographer’s kit and are standard fare for most of the landscape work we do. One of the unique things about these […]

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Annual Membership

$97

$
72


75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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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Epic Florida Adventure

[fusion_youtube id=”https://youtu.be/3ltLjMcfgVw” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Wildlife photography along the Gulf Coast of Florida is an exercise in superlatives. This is a landscape of deep beauty and mystery. Ancient live oaks drip with Spanish moss amidst […]

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  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

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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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What is the right type of tripod for wildlife photography?

[fusion_youtube id=”https://youtu.be/jXk2w5s6D-k” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] As wildlife photographers, we should always start out at eye level to our subjects. This creates the unique and intimate perspective that allows photographs to really stand out. However, when […]

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  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

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3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


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Mobile Ready


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

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

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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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How I Photograph Screech Owls

[fusion_youtube id=”https://youtu.be/3gCCG70K_jM” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Finding and photographing owl nests can be a real challenge. But most of all, these are very sensitive situations in which our presence can be very stressful to the owls. […]

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  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

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75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

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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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Master Birds in Flight by Nailing your Autofocus Settings

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch/mvHw1FGPG50″ alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Mastering birds in flight can be on the biggest technical challenges you face in the world of wildlife photography. But nailing your autofocus settings is the first step in conquering […]

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  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

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75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

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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.

Read More »

Photographing Black Bears

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch/zbinbsk4oGA” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] The coastal plain of Eastern North Carolina plays home to not only the largest concentration of black bears in the world, but also the physically largest black bears as well. […]

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  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

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75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Chasing Bighorns

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch/5ZjlLr5_SlU” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] This is a throwback video when I traveled to the Wind River Mountains a few years ago in search of Bighorn Sheep. In this early video of mine, I used […]

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  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

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Lifetime Membership

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75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Lightroom Smart Collections to the Rescue

This past week I shared a video with you guys about the importance of using keywords for keeping yourself organized. Today, we are going to move that conversation to the next logical step: Smart Collections. I do quite a bit of work with magazines. Over time, you get to know the editors you are working […]

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  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

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222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Get Organized with Lightroom

Lightroom is one powerful tool for photographers. However, there is a good chance that you may not be using it to its fullest potential. Adobe created Lightroom to serve two purposes. Yes, it is indeed a raw converter. But it is also the best Digital Asset Management software on the planet for photographers. There are […]

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  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

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222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

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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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Using the Lightroom Adjustment Brush Like a Pro

As the pandemic continues to spread and people all over the world are being forced into quarantine, I am doubling down on my efforts to produce videos and articles to help you continue being a wildlife photographer during this time. As I have said before, none of this means that you should stop being who […]

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  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

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222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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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Master Lightroom – finally!

Let’s be honest with ourselves here for a moment. In today’s world of digital photography, using programs such as Lightroom and Photoshop, or On1, or Lumaniar for that matter, are a major part of the equation. Is your skill set in these programs lacking? If so, then it’s holding back your photography. I have said […]

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72


75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »

Do you have what it takes to be successful at wildlife photography?

[fusion_youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch/DkSN0bFqfnY” alignment=”center” width=”800″ height=”” autoplay=”false” api_params=”” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” css_id=””][/fusion_youtube] [fusion_separator style_type=”none” hide_on_mobile=”small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility” class=”” id=”” sep_color=”” top_margin=”20″ bottom_margin=”” border_size=”” icon=”” icon_size=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_color=”” width=”” alignment=”center”][/fusion_separator] Do you have what it takes to be successful at wildlife photography? It’s not just about fancy cameras and technical knowhow. Let’s face it, all the photographic knowledge in the […]

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$
72


75

first year


  • One-year subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

Lifetime Membership

$297

$
222


75

one-time


  • Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography

  • Instant access to 4+ years of back issues

  • Every issue is packed with at least 50 to 100+ pages of in-depth articles to bring you workshop-level information about wildlife photography for any level

  • Instant access to our video library and post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography

  • Weekly wildlife photography tips in your inbox

  • Automatic registration to win a spot on our workshop + equipment giveaways

  • 100+ in-depth articles on wildlife ecology, shooting tips, field techniques, and more

  • 100% online with multiple formats, plus you can download a PDF version so you’ll never be without the Journal even when you don’t have internet access

  • 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 #1: eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” ($97 Value)​

  • FREE BONUS #2: eBook – “The Photographer’s Guide To The Outer Banks” ($49 value)​

BEST VALUE

You’ll Also Get…

3 Years of Back Issues


Each issue is packed with 80-100 pages of pure gold.

Video Library


Get Exclusive Video Content 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 home computers and all mobile devices.

Questions & Actions


We get tons of questions from our readers, so we send regular emails out that are dedicated to answering these specific questions from our subscribers.

100% Eco Friendly


105 million trees are cut down every year to supply Americans with books and magazines. We made this publication 100% digital as to not be part of that problem.

Still Skeptical?

See what others have said about the Journal of Wildlife Photography

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.

Read More »