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on Oct 13, 2015 in BT Journal

BT Journal – 18.3 Live & It’s 80 Pages!

It’s live RIGHT NOW – BT Journal 18.3 and it’s huge! Brent packed this issue with more images, more video and more text then ever before so you feel like you’re right next to us in that Landie! This issue is 80 pages, yep, our normal 24pg Journal is 80 pages this time. It centers around our July Africa Adventure. Before you think further, the issue is the length it is because so much of what it is to be a wildlife photographer, going to Africa and much more has been clouded with time. The romance, the technical, the good for your soul and so much more are what bulks up this issue and it is inspiration I think you need and will enjoy reading! You subcribers, thanks for your continued support. Those of you wanting to improve your wildlife and landscape photography, what are you waiting for. Go get it...

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on Oct 2, 2015 in WRP Ed Zone

Photo Biz Weekend

Want to make money from your camera, your passion and keep your camera and your passion in the process? Sharon & I will be hosting in our office and home a three day Photo Biz Weekend. What is covered? We will cover the one aspect of photography that still makes money, editorial. This all important aspect of photography encompasses the essential aspect of a successful photography business, the image! The photograph is a big part of the weekend, so is writing, making contact and a submission. We will also be covering printing from A-Z as that’s a big part of it as well. You’ll learn how to pick the image for editorial and print. Learn how to make the print and present it to the client (we don’t cover weekend art shows!). And just how do you find clients? How do you know how much money to charge? Want to know if you should be in the business or just waisting your time? What about the web, fabled land...

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on Oct 2, 2015 in WRP Ed Zone

The Art of Air to Air

We’re very excited that our KelbyOne The Art of Air to Air has been released. Filmed at Minot Aero Center with my good friends, we had fun producing what we think is a killer class. All that you need to know to get to and successfully have your first air to air mission is included. Happy...

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on Sep 30, 2015 in WRP Ed Zone

Wings Over the Rockies

Expanding our photography demands we expand our world. We all have those things we love to photograph, that’s what gets us out in the predawn when common sense tells you to pull the covers over your head. How to you expand your photography? There are actually many, many ways to do this and one of my personal favorites is going to some place that is not on my radar. You are probably saying that an aviation museum might not be on my radar, but they actually aren’t. On our way up to Cripple Creek, we had a spare couple of hours so we dropped in on the Wings Over the Rockies air & space museum. I only knew about them because of the video you see below. Now, how does all of this expand your photography If you don’t visit such museums, then you’re pushing your ability to see subjects. You can’t use a tripod so you have to push your handholding abilities. Uncomfortable with White Balance selection and...

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on Sep 23, 2015 in WRP Ed Zone

The Art That’s Essential

Ya, ya, I know you’re saying you’ve read this before and you’re getting ready to click off the page. I know, I’ve talked with folks lately who did the same and they missed the opportunity of a lifetime because gosh dang it, they didn’t practice their panning! And to be honest with you, I’m tired of coming across this. I simply don’t understand how photographers can call themselves photographers when they can’t pan. While you can fix most things in post (such a horrible crutch) the one thing YOU STILL CAN’T Fix is soft images! It ain’t sharp when you go click, you’re screwed! It all begins with another essential technique, basic handholding. I’m always amazed when I see so many shooters doing everything but the right technique. Then you must, must pan correctly as well. And all if this must be practiced. I see the disbelief in folks faces when I make presentations when I say I practice these two things EVERYDAY whether I’m really shooting or not....

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on Sep 4, 2015 in K&M Adventures

Chickens & Grouse, Oh My!

Winter is giving way to spring, the grasslands of the midwest have an erie and haunting sound floating over them as the sun rises. You can see in the faint light little bundles floating over the landscape, every so often colliding and bursting into the sky and then landing again. A right of spring that’s as old as the grasslands celebrating the longer hours in the day. A dance so celebrating new life it was imitated by Native Americans. K&M Adventures is heading to Nebraska next April 4-7 2016 to photograph Prairie Chicken and Sharp-tailed Grouse on their leks. This very unique Adventure is all about birds. Besides the Prairie Chicken and Sharp-tailed Grouse, we work the Sandhill Cranes on the Platt and many other bird species of Nebraska. We might even stop for some amazing landscape scenes you’ll find nowhere else. The Adventure is limited to JUST 6 shooters (sorry, no spouses) for this four day adventure. The price is $2695 which includes lodging, breakfast and dinner, transportation...

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