A Master Class in Photography
Are you ready to take your photography to the next level? The Photographer’s Journal is written to help you do just that. Published quarterly and delivered to your inbox, The Photographer’s Journal is an in depth treatment of all things nature photography created to bring you workshop level education with articles that go beyond anything else on the market today.
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A Master Class
We are producing exclusive video content for readers of the Photographer’s Journal. These cover everything from Lightroom and Photoshop to field craft. Everyone has different learning styles. And to truly help you take your photography to a whole new level, we are creating a multimedia approach to education.
With a subscription to the Photographer’s Journal, you receive access to everything we have published. There is no reason to buy back issues. From the very first issue, to the most current – you get them all!
When you invest in yourself with a subscription to the Photographer’s Journal, you are investing in the highest quality photographic education available. We are committed to only producing articles and videos that are of real value to our subscribers. Time and time again, we are told that a subscription to the Photographer’s Journal is a master class in photography – and we’re proud that.
What Others Are Saying . . .
“This is best thing on the market today!” – Doug Gardner, host of Wild Photo Adventures
“I have really learned so much from the Photographer’s Journal” – Michael Lustbader
“I don’t know who does your research, but these articles are of real value.” – Will Randal
“I was hooked after the first issue” – Carol Proctor
“This is awesome!” – Jim Spence
In the good old days, the name Journal meant something. That’s why we still use phrases like academic journal when referring to a publication of the highest scholarly merit. A journal is long form. Its purpose is information. It’s serious business. Magazines are different. Articles are short, and the purpose is entertainment.
When we decided to name this publication the Photographer’s Journal, the decision was not made lightly. We set out to create something truly unique in the world of nature photography. Something that is completely different from any other publication on the market today.
Our mission in creating publishing the Photographer’s Journal is quite simple. First and foremost, we want to bring readers in-depth workshop level education that goes beyond everything we have all come to expect from photography magazines. And second, we wanted to create a publication that finally published articles we actually wanted to read ourselves. From field craft to post-processing, this is for photographers who want substance, who want to expand their knowledge and understanding. No fluff. No filler. No advertisements. Each issue is a master class in photography.
Win a Free Workshop
Want to hang out on a boat for three days photographing wild horses in a subtropical paradise? Not 1, not 2, BUT 3 lucky subscribers will win a free trip to photograph the wild horses of the Carolina coast this June!
The wild horses that eke out a living along the islands of North Carolina are an extraordinary lot. Shaped and sculpted by the winds and tide and sand and salt, these horses are thought to be the oldest known population in the United States. Theirs is a world of blue water and crimson sunsets. For some 500 years, these horses have adapted to a lifestyle completely unlike any other population of wild horses on the planet. Put it this way: you simply cannot find photographs like this in the wild anywhere else in the world.
On April 30th, 2019, we will draw the names of 3 subscribers to the Photographer’s Journal to join Jared Lloyd in the field on this incredible opportunity.
Given that the Photographer’s Journal is all about helping subscribers learn how to take their photography to new levels, we thought it was only fitting to give you the opportunity to join us on hands-on workshops in the field as well.
Check out our Wild Horses of the Carolina Coast Workshop to get an idea of what to expect from this free trip available only to Journal subscribers.