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2019 in Review: Photo Magazine Recounts My Year in Photography

I’ve just published my fourth annual yearbook magazine! This year’s issue is 68 pages long and features both color and black and white photography.

PHOTO/19 magazine cover

PHOTO/19 recaps my photography adventures from the past twelve months, starting with my local outings in the Pacific Northwest last winter, all the way through to my latest work this fall in the Great Bear Rainforest and covering Husky Football in Seattle.

PHOTO/19 magazine

Trips and nature photo outings covered in this issue include Tanzania, Costa Rica, Patagonia, Yellowstone, San Juan Island, Tonga, and the Great Bear.

PHOTO/19 magazine

Perhaps most importantly, this is your first chance to see my picks for the “Best of 2019,” my favorite images and moments from the year. To see those, you’ll have to purchase the magazine. It’s only $4 for a digital copy, $18 + S/H if you want it in print.

In the coming weeks, I will be publishing a number of posts here in the blog looking back on the year that was, not just my own favorite images, but some of my peers’ and clients’ favorite photos from their respective adventures. I’ll also write about my favorite works in literature and film, and post plenty of other image content. But for now, I encourage you to check out this magazine, which may be ordered in either print or digital editions. See plenty of big, bold photos and enjoy my choices for the best and favorite moments of 2019.

 

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PHOTO/19

By Max Waugh in Best Of

68 pages, published 12/19/2019

This magazine recounts Max Waugh’s wild year in travel and photography. While leading tours and exploring on his own, Max photographed wildlife in places such as the Pacific Northwest, Tanzania, Costa Rica, Chile, Yellowstone, Tonga and British Columbia. He was also named winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Black & White category, and writes about the winning image. See some of best images from these adventures, including Max’s…

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