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B&H Photo Competition: Win a safari, learn how at our event on October 31st

imageB&H, along with Wilderness Safaris, has launched a very cool photo competition, with close to $50K worth of Safaris & gift cards as prizes. It is free to enter, and offers 8 categories, so that every style of animal photographer has a chance to win! You can learn all about the contest online, or I’ll be presenting a session on Creating Award-winning photography & Introducing the B&H Photo Contest next week, at 1pm on the 31st at the B&H Event Space. I’m sure it will be popular, so register early! Read more »

Key Wildlife Photo Tip: “Chance favors the prepared”

DJC_7809I’m just on my way back from a really fun and very productive photo safari to Botswana and Zimbabwe. Co-lead Dana Allen & I were joined by eight eager participants—some who had been to Africa with me before and some who had never been there. Everyone got amazing images and has plenty of sotries—we’ll be posting some of the images and relaying some of the stories in the coming weeks. Read more »

Full Frame vs. DX Sensor--Which is right for you?

As some of you have noticed I've started blogging for the new B&H blog site, bhinsights. B&H has been a partner of ours for a long time, in particular they've been great at supporting the Africa safaris with do with Journeys Unforgettable and Wilderness Safaris. So it is great to be able to contribute by posting articles of interest to their customers.

Today's post is about the not so easy decision about whether you consider going back to full size (e.g. 35mm film size) sensor cameras now that they are available for digital--unless you have already of course. So if you get a chance check out the Should you go full frame? and let us know what you think and how your decision process is working.--David

African Wild Dog Image: Art Imitating Art

While not part of the famous "big 5" of African mammals, pound for pound African Wild Dogs (also called African Painted Wolves) are some of the most exciting animals you can still see in the wild. Highly social the packs can provide hours of entertainment for those lucky enough to find some of the very endangered animals...

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