Wildlife Conservation through Fine Art Photography

The Photographer’s Journal is a quarterly publication that dives head first into all things nature photography. From wildlife photography to night skies, from Photoshop and Lightroom to NIK and OnOne, this is for photographers who are looking for more than just a good read. This is for photographers who want substance, who want in-depth instruction, and education. We realize that not everyone has the opportunity to join us on a field workshop. Thus, we decided to bring the very same quality and level of education that hundreds of people have been afforded on our workshops over the years, right to your inbox. Are you ready to take your photography to the next level? 


Notes from the Field

Photography Workshops and Expeditions

a bobcat strides across a snow covered downed tree along the banks of the Madison river in Yellowstone

Ultimate Winter In Yellowstone Workshop

Yellowstone in the wintertime is North America’s premier wildlife photography destination. From bobcats to wolves, the diversity of this workshop is unparalleled.

January 14 – 23, 2018 | SOLD OUT
January 26 – Feb 4, 2018 | SOLD OUT

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Wildlife of Honduras 

The biological diversity of Honduras is one of the best kept secrets of the Americas. Based out of the world famous Pico Bonito Lodge, we will have access to an extraordinary range of wildlife opportunities from margay to crocodiles to toucans.

March 11 – 17, 2018 | 2 SPACES LEFT

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Wild Horses of the Carolina Coast

The oldest known population of wild horses in North America, all set to the sub-tropical backdrop of an island paradise. You simply cannot find these type of photographs in the wild anywhere else in the Western Hemisphere.

May 6-10, 2018
May 13-17, 2018
May 20-24, 2018

Night Skies of the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks of North Carolina’s coast is home to both the first national seashore in the world, and America’s first dark sky park: Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Join us for a week of chasing the Milky Way, star trails, and dreamscapes on the islands.

April 14-19, 2018

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Spring Wildlife of Grand Teton National Park

This workshop is all about diversity. Springtime in the Northern Rockies is an explosive time of year as the entire ecosystem comes alive. Grizzlies emerge with new cubs of the year, coyotes and wolves are nursing pups, great grey owls busy themselves feeding their young. All all of this set to the backdrop of wildflowers and snow capped mountains

June 20 – 26, 2018 | SOLD OUT

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Alaska Brown Bears

If you are looking for the densest population of brown bears on the planet, then this is the workshop for you. If you want big wilderness, bush planes, boats, bears, puffins, bald eagles, and maximum adventure, then this is the workshop you have been waiting for.

August 16 – 23, 2018 | SOLD OUT

Wildlife of the Canadian Rockies

This place may be North America’s best kept wildlife photography secret. Big bull elk, gigantic moose, full curl bighorn rams, grizzlies, black bears, and jaw dropping scenery everywhere you turn. If you think Yellowstone and the Tetons are good, wait till you photograph in the Canadian Rockies.

September 16 – 22, 2018

Wild Horses of the North Dakota Badlands

This is rugged western wild horse photography at its best. Set to the backdrop of the stunningly beautiful North Dakota badlands, this workshop will focus on wild horses, but will also encompass bison, elk, mule deer, coyotes, and so much more. This is a true wild west experience. 

September 30 – Oct 6, 2018 | SOLD OUT
October 10 – 16, 2018