The Journal of Wildlife Photography Black Friday deal discounts $60 off lifetime and $20 off annual memberships.
Bonus For Annual Members
For those of you who already have an annual membership, there’s good news for you as well.
When you upgrade from an annual membership to a lifetime membership you’ll receive a $97 credit towards your lifetime membership.
Plus you’ll receive the Black Friday discount of $60 on top of that.
Click on the image below or this link to be directed to the Journal’s Black Friday lifetime membership upgrade page
What Is The Journal of Wildlife Photography?
The Journal of Wildlife Photography is a community where wildlife photographers can share their knowledge and learn from an abundance of available educational resources created by professional wildlife photographers. This includes wildlife photography courses, eBooks, articles, photo contests, and a quarterly digital magazine that contains in-depth articles covering every aspect of wildlife photography. It is one of the best communities to be a member of for aspiring wildlife photographers wanting to learn how to produce powerful award-winning photographs.
I have been a subscriber to the Journal of Wildlife Photography’s digital magazine since 2019. During that time, I have learned so much from the professionals who contribute articles to the Journal based on their combined decades of experience in the field. The articles and eBooks are especially informative on topics such as mastering light and auto-focus systems as examples.
The 31,000 plus members in their Facebook community are constantly sharing images and are very engaging and helpful at answering any questions that arise. When I review my images from 2019 to now it’s obvious to me how my images have improved and that is partly due to the learning I have acquired from being a member of the Journal of Wildlife Photography.
The Journal has really helped me to gain an appreciation for the need to focus on storytelling. Whether that be for the purpose of portraying an animal’s behavior, habitat, or the need for conservation, these are variables that I am now thinking about as I plan my trips and approach a scene.
This truly is one of the best ways I have found to learn wildlife photography and improve the quality of my images. Best of all, the annual subscription is just $97.
What Subscribers Get
Free Monthly Photo Contests
Up to now, the prize has been a $250 gift card to B&H Photo.
As entries are added to the contest they are shown in the Journal’s community feed for all to admire and comment on.
Digital Quarterly Magazine
The quarterly digital magazine now becomes an integral part of the Journal’s new community platform. With new issues releasing every quarter and five years of back issues, there’s always plenty of articles on a variety of wildlife photography to help you level up your wildlife photography skills.
Free Monthly Trainings
The Journal of Wildlife Photography will be offering a free training every month. All training’s are recorded and can be accessed from the Journal dashboard so if you are unable to make the live session you can watch the recording at your leisure.
Here’s a look at the trainings that are already in the dashboard for instant viewing.
|Tamara Blazquez Haik||March 30, 2023||Conservation Photography|
|Steve Perry||April 13th, 2023||Secrets to Stunning Bird-In-Flight Photography|
|Brad Hill||April 20th, 2023||The Creative Side of Wildlife Photography|
|Brad Hill||May 11th, 2023||Digital Workflow for Wildlife Photography|
|Simon d’Entremont||May 18th, 2023||Sharpness and Image Quality For Wildlife|
|Michelle Valberg||June 8th, 2023||Approach The Scene Like a Professional|
Birds-In-Flight Photography: Settings For Success
- How to always choose the appropriate AF area.
- The AF areas that are my home-run hitters.
- Secrets for getting the most from subject detection.
- AF tips that can supercharge your BIF keeper rate.
- How to choose the right shutter speed every time.
- Tips for picking the perfect F/stop.
- When to shoot wide open, when to stop down.
- Balancing ISO with shutter speed and F/stop.
- Tricks for knowing when you’ve pushed ISO too far.
- The only two exposure modes you need for BIF work.
- When to go full manual mode.
- My top pick when choosing BIF metering modes.
- The best frame rate for BIF work.
- How to manage your buffer.
New Community Dashboard
The new community dashboard will provide easy and instant access to everything the Journal has to offer.
The image below will give you a pretty good idea of what the new community platform looks and highlights what the Journal has to offer.
If you have a passion for wildlife photography and a desire to keep improving there’s no better place to learn. The professionals and amateurs who make up the membership in the Journal’s community are eager to share their expertise to help everyone grow.
For many it’s the fun of being with like-minded folks, a place to share images and comment on the work of others. If you’re ever stuck with a question you don’t know the answer to you it’s nice to know you have access to tens of thousands of wildlife photographers and one of them is sure to have the answer.
If you’re really serious about becoming a professional wildlife photographer and making a living at it you’ll want to read my post called “How to Become a Wildlife Photographer”. I dive deeper into the facets of wildlife photography that you need to consider if you’re going to make a business of it.