Immediately Flags went up and questions came to mind when a newsflash hit social media this week that a colleague, another professional photographer made the announcement that he was selling his Nikon D850 in favor of the FujiFilm XT3 mirrorless camera. John Hafner and Kaleb White with GritMedia illuminate their decision and discuss this amazing product.
The guys sit down with CEO Joseph M. Johnson, Sr. of Really Right stuff, and talk about some cool things the company is doing, new products they are coming out with and the excitement of the company's new Utah location.
Michael and Ron share many behaviors they observed while photographing elk during the rut in Colorado. Are the ladies taking a liking to Michael? Big fat snowflakes make it difficult to photograph and why is Ron leaving a comfy hotel to sleep in the back of his truck? Many adventures unfold during their time in the Rockies with the weather changes and a variety of large mammals.
Jason Loftus shares how he got started in Photography and how he was humbled by learning that photography is more than just having a good camera and lens; and the amount of work that it takes to getting a good photograph.
Marks descriptions and stories of Newfoundland, Canada will have you wanting to book your next vacation. Mark shares his experiences tracking moose and Barren- ground caribou at the edge of North America, on one of the four corners of the world and shares a few interesting facts of the history, culture, and landscapes of this extraordinary place.
This podcast is full of excitement as Michael, Ron and Missy share their final days in Central Alaska while Mark travels to Newfoundland for his next assignment. Missy’s in the right place at the right time when she comes upon a lynx with kittens, and then the group captures some epic rutting behavior when they hike out for moose.
Mike, Ron, Mark, and videographer Tyler Burr get everyone caught up on their Alaskan adventure! From tales of filming iconic bull caribou; watching the tundra transform to its autumn hues; to finding Goliath bull moose...Listen in to hear how this trip has unfolded, producing many quality photographic and fun moments in this vast wilderness.
Follow along with Mark, Ron and Tyler on their Epic, Cracker Jack wildlife adventure in Central Alaska. Hear about their iconic experience hiking up steep mountain sides in search of Dall Sheep and what it takes in order to photograph these agile creatures.
Join Mark and Michael as they sit down with Dr. Vic Van Ballenberghe to hear about the fascinating career of Alaska’s longest standing Moose Researcher. The details of his studies, field observations, and encounters that span more than 3 decades in wild Alaska are sure to both thrill and educate listeners. Tune in for an entertaining behind the scenes, as we discuss the iconic northern giants of the deer family.
Michael, Mark and Ron sit down with "Charles Glatzer (Chas)", a Canon Explorer of Light. Hear the amazing stories that Chas has to share of over 32 years in the photography field and the adventures and success as a commercial photographer, instructor, and accomplished natural history keynote speaker.
Ron catches up with Michael and Mark to hear about their adventure to the Kenai Peninsula in south-central Alaska. The primary goal of this summertime trip into wilderness was to try to film bears and fishermen sharing a river during the sockeye salmon run. Listen in to find out how this thrilling expedition unfolded and what they learned along the way.
Michael and Mark travel to Seward, Alaska to visit longtime friend and professional nature photographer Ron Niebrugge. Ron takes us behind the scenes with many exciting tales from his career and life in Wild Alaska.