Click below to read a small sample of our latest journal issue.
Lifetime Membership ($297)
- Lifetime subscription to the Journal of Wildlife Photography
- Instant access to all the back issues
- In-depth articles to bring you workshop level information about wildlife photography
- Post-processing techniques in Lightroom and Photoshop specifically for wildlife photography
- Regular columns covering travel and technology
- Location guides
- Reader image critiques
- Weekly wildlife photography tips and techniques
- Monthly videos that cover the entire spectrum of wildlife photography
- Weekly wildlife photography articles delivered to your inbox
- Automatic registration for our free exclusive subscriber-only workshops
- Automatic entry to win a free workshop trip
- Pay once and never think about it again
- All the benefits of Annual Membership+ Plus for life, but with a one time payment
- 15% off all future purchases
- FREE BONUS: 111 page eBook – “Mastering Light: The Essence of Wildlife Photography” (Retail price $49.99)
You can view a small sample of our latest journal issue by clicking the image on the left-hand side.
For a limited time, when you subscribe you’ll also be entered to win your choice of one of the cameras below:
- Nikon D850 – $2,796.95
- Cannon 5D Mark IV – $2,499.00
- Sony A7 R3 – $,2498.00
We’ll choose a winner on January 3, 2020.
When you look at the benefits of the Journal of Wildlife Photography such as the weekly wildlife photography articles, the monthly videos, the Journal itself, and the opportunity to join us in the field each year on exclusive workshops hosted just for members, it’s not hard to see how that a one time fee makes sense.
Given the average price of a workshop today, compared to years worth information and education being delivered to you regularly, the price of the Lifetime Membership is a huge investment in yourself for so little.
“Your expertise in your journal is second to none and way more educational and on point than anything I have read before. Thanks.” – Jeffrey D Walker