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COOL STUFF: Rusch to Glory


My friend Rebecca Rusch, affectionately nicknamed the “Queen of Pain,” has completed another big and impressive project—though this time she has swapped out her mountain bike for a laptop and instead of crushing an endurance record, she's written a … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Exploring the Creative Process: Capturing Quiet Moments


Whether you’re shooting sports or weddings, our focus as photographers tends to hone in on those moments of peak action: the baseball pitch; the touchdown catch; the kiss at the alter. But sometimes the best moments actually happen in between the … [Read more]

ASK COREY: Why do you use SD, and not CF, cards?


Hey Corey. I’ve heard you speak several times and say you love using SD cards. What’s the big deal? What do you like about them? Also, curious to hear your thoughts about budget or off-brand memory cards? They’re cheap, but are they reliable … [Read more]

STORY BEHIND THE IMAGE: The Best Time to be a Photographer is Right Now


Nikon D700 / 17-35mm f/2.8 lens / ISO 200 Today David Lama is one of the most successful professional climbers in Europe. But at age 19, his climbing career almost ended before it even began. In the austral summer of 2009/2010, Austrian climbers … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: MOVI Basics Part 1

Sean Haverstock, Noah Napier

It’s a pretty exciting time for individual filmmakers. The fact is, just a few years ago, it was not possible for a single camera operator, like you or me, to get fluid, cinematic, Hollywood-level camera movements by themselves. Today that has all … [Read more]

ASK COREY: How do I reprogram my autofocus for sports photography?


Corey, I recently watched your creativeLIVE courses, and in one of your classes, “Make Great  Images with the Gear You’ve Got,” you talked about the AF-ON button. You reprogrammed it? Or what exactly did you do? You were holding it down to focus as … [Read more]