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Rob Sheppard, former editor of Outdoor Photographer says:

“The BT Journal is a tremendous technical and biological resource for wildlife photographers.”

The BT Journal is a the only comprehensive Journal for Wildlife Photographers now going into its fifteenth year! This is the only publication of its kind and it’s now on the iPad! Published quarterly, this 28 page journal provides you with the information you need to capture those images of a lifetime. Discover the latest in biology and how to combine it with today’s camera technology!

Written by Moose Peterson, the BT JOURNAL brings you information and insight into wildlife photography and the business of photography that you won’t find in any other publication. There are no hold bars here, you get it straight from Moose. The Journal fills in all those holes and leaves no stone unturned in answering the questions you need to know to improve your photography and appreciation of our great outdoors. The Journal goes to thousands of photographers. Subscribe today to find out the secrets everyone cannot live without! Not sure? Download a preview copy or have a look at the free Premiere Issue of the Digital BT Journal.

With the BT Journal now Digital, now on the iPad, get it and enjoy all these great tricks of the trade, including more photos, more captions, videos, and more info than ever before, without delay!

 

Digital BTJ Special Edition 2Current Issue
Digital BT Journal Special Edition 2 Features:
B News: Bearing Alaska

It had been a few years since the last time we’d been in the presence of grizzly in Alaska. These giants of the wilderness are a unique critter that dominate their world. And I still think of them as big ‘ol teddy bears. You’d think with spending over a decade with them, over ninety thousand images of them in my files, and no market for those photos, my love affair with grizzlies might be waning. What is it they say? “Separation makes the heart grow fonder.” That doesn’t even come close to describe our obsession and desire with these amazing critters. They fill a very irreplaceable role in our wild heritage.

 
 
 
 

Volume 17.1Upcoming Issue
Volume 17.1 Features:

B News: Romancing the Oregon Coast