Moose Peterson’s Journal for taking your photography to new heights!
Photographed and Written by Moose Peterson, the BTJ brings to you the stories behind the images Moose has spent the last four decades capturing. The BT Journal for 17yrs has had one simple goal; help you take your photography to the next level. Whether it’s wildlife, landscapes, aviation and even creepy crawlies, the craft behind the camera and in the digital darkroom are presented in a way to excite, entertain and educate. In this day and age though, the limits of a paper printed Journal slows down the educational process. Well we’re breaking the barrier with our Digital BT Journal Magazine!
At the creative and design helm is Brent Peterson who has a lifetime of photographic, computer and design experience bringing an amazing learning and entertainment experience to you! Designed for the iPad, at the heart of the BT Journal is still the stories and images Moose loves to share.
Interactivity features of the Digital BT Journal:
-More photographs and stories than ever published on paper
-Greater detailed captions, expanding on the story and your learning
-Video is a key component to the digital magazine, whether it’s a peaceful waterfall or instructional at the camera
-New to the digital magazine is a video digital darkroom lesson on how one of the key photographs in the Journal was finished
-The Digital BT Journal is a FREE app.
-FREE Premiere issue, detailing the wonders of Yosemite in winter.
-Every issue is $2.99, published quarterly.
-Keep issues with you on your iPad anywhere you go!
Choose to subscribe and never miss an issue! This auto-renewing subscription will start with the current issue and continue for one year, a total of four issues within one year of your subscription date for 11.99! (Back issues and issues before your subscription start are not included.)
Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at time of purchase. This subscription will automatically renew in a 24-hour period before your current subscription ends.
Connection to a high-speed wireless internet is strongly recommended for initial download of an individual Journal issue.
Please visit the BT Journal website for more information and contact info.
Ratings and Reviews
I have been a subscriber from the start & have no regrets. Moose et al have done an outstanding job with this. The latest issue was very fortuitous as I just received my D-4 & the menu settings were a big help getting started. Moose's wildlife & aviation photos are awe inspiring & his love of the subjects shows.
I've always learned something from the BT Journal. My only regret is that it's too long between issues.
The elayout of this magazine is very well done; loaded with videos as well as stills & all in hi-res. Be sure to explore all aspects by reading the navigation directions at the beginning. You're in for a lot of surprises & there's more to this than meets the eye.
Well worth the price & I recommend the BT Journal very highly.
More than a magazine
If you want the real story behind the locations, about the critters, and the information to successfully photograph those locations and critters, this is for you. The real thoughts and opinions of a great photographer, not those of advertisers. The real experiences of a guy out there doing it. All the content of the written magazine and more....more? You'd think you couldn't ask for more for the price of a lunch, but they delivered more anyway. Not only do you get all the written content, but video, additional photos, and now the ability to buy back issue as in app purchases too. I tip my hat to the Peterson crew!
I purchased a yearly subscription (4 magazines per year) and only received 2 out of 4 issues in 2012, and 3 out of 4 issues in 2013. If you want all 4 issues for the year you have to pay more money for certain issues even though the website states you get all 4 issues for the subscription price.
Unfortunately it was on auto renew so I am stuck with this subscription for another year. I have since turned off auto renew (make sure you do this immediately after subscribing).
I rated this a one star but I wish I could rate it lower. If a subscription is for 4 issues per year, that is what you should get. This is a total rip off. Buyer beware! You are better paying for the 4 magazines separately, at least you will actually get what you pay for.
- Brent Peterson
- 62.5 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Wildlife Research Photography
- In-App Purchases
- Subscription $0.99
- Volume 15.4 $2.99
- Volume 15.2 $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.