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on Jun 30, 2014 in BT Journal

BT Journal 17.2 Released

Next issue of the BT Journal on photographing Moab, UT is now available. This 70pg gigantic issue (normally they are only 28pgs!) is chuck full of photographic technique, gear, where and when to shoot in this amazing landscape. It includes Brent’s signature GPS magic leaving you no doubt on your visit where I’m suggesting you shoot. Subscribers (and thank you!) should see the new issue appear in their app. Those not subscribing can follow the links to get their copy. And we want to thank the HUNDREDS of you who subscribed over the weekend to take advantage of our free BACK ISSUE offer. Some of emailed to say thanks and ask if we’ll be doing something like that again. To be honest, I don’t know what cool things Brent has in store for all of us but I have no doubt, we’ll do something to say thanks to our subscribers in the...

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on Apr 28, 2014 in BT Journal

BT Journal 17.1 Now Available!

Oh baby, this is an epic edition! 62 pages (normally 28), 161 images (normally 30), 5 videos (that’s kinda normal), GPS mapping for all the locations (OK, that’s cool), some amazing slideshows and Pg28 Digital Darkroom lessons (now pg 62) are just part of what’s in the latest version of the BT Journal! Romancing the Oregon Coast was literally a year in the making with Brent really knocking it out of the park incorporating all this material under one cover. If you are a subscriber (thank you!) then you will see the new issue appear in Newsstand waiting for you to download it. If you’re not, you can pick up just this issue or subscribe via iTunes. Yes, we are still working on the Android edition. Anyone who also gets KelbyTraining iPad editions are aware of how long it took them to bring their app to the Android. We are dealing with the same issues but with just two working on it. So, we are still working on it,...

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on Mar 3, 2014 in BT Journal

Storm Chasing – The How To

The next back issue is now available, it’s all about Storm Chasing and one of my favorite issues. This is a back issue, it’s not part of your subscription. Brent & I have mapped out a real aggressive production schedule this year. The next issue in the subscription will be out in about 45 days, the end of March. This includes getting it out for the Andriod which is still in progress. Enjoy! Remember, 13.1 was released quite a while ago so it is actually at the bottom of the page in the BT Journal app! Have a look at the Digital BT Journal with a free premiere issue available...

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on Feb 20, 2014 in BT Journal

BT Journal 13.1 Storm Chasing Now Posted

The next back issue is now available, it’s all about Storm Chasing and one of my favorite issues. This is a back issue, it’s not part of your subscription. Brent & I have mapped out a real aggressive production schedule this year. The next issue in the subscription will be out in about 45 days, the end of March. This includes getting it out for the Andriod which is still in progress. Enjoy! Remember, 13.1 was released quite a while ago so it is actually at the bottom of the page in the BT Journal app! Have a look at the Digital BT Journal with a free premiere issue available...

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on Jan 6, 2014 in BT Journal

Bearing Alaska – Special Issue BTJ

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 dominates 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’re fill a very irreplaceable role in our wild heritage. This past summer we ventured back to Alaska to a location that promised us a Grizzly Bear experience that rivaled our time at McNeil. When venturing to a location with that kind of allure, expectations are high and the possibility of failure, astronomical. After all, we are talking about wildlife photography, which guarantees nothing no matter the effort...

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