Have you ever wanted to see your best photography work displayed on the Backcountry Journeys website?
If so, we invite you our valued and talented guests to send us images you’d like to see showcased on our website and in social media posts.
The way we see it is that we can certainly continue utilizing guide photographs to highlight our photography tours. But, we feel strongly that by showcasing your work we can help to inspire others, allowing them to envision what might be possible for their own photography.
As we all know, a great image tells a story. This is your chance to help us tell our story through images you’ve taken while on a Backcountry Journeys photography tour. Imagine being able to brag to your friends and family about your work being showcased online to so many other photographers across the globe!
Note: If you’d like your image(s) to be considered for our website, they must be high-resolution. Please give yourself photo credit if you’d like for us to do the same. You may also contribute anonymously if that is your preference.
Submissions must be nature photographs, so either wildlife or landscapes. Also, please note that submitting a photo does not guarantee that we’ll use it.
Kenton Krueger has spent the past several years guiding backpackers, hikers and photographers into the wild places of the American West such as Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Yosemite, Glacier, Katmai, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands National Parks, as well as internationally in Costa Rica & Brazil. In addition to backpacking and camping, his adventures include rock climbing, exploring the slot canyons of southern Utah, mountain biking, and bagging 14ers in Colorado’s San Juan Mountain Mountain Range. Kenton is a trail runner, former pilot, and spent roughly five years writing and photographing for the award-winning Omaha World-Herald newspaper, out of his hometown, Omaha, Nebraska. Kenton looks forward to utilizing his years of trip leading and guiding experience, combined with his passion and experience behind the lens, to provide memorable and unforgettable experiences at the wild places we will visit together.
Don’t Miss the Next Session of BCJ “Live”
Backyard Bird Photography: Simple Techniques for Wildlife Close to Home
with Russell Graves
Tuesday, March 9th, 2021 at 11 am (Mountain)