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TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Shooting Low Angles

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When shooting pictures, our go-to position is to stand up straight. The downside to this position, however, is that we are capturing a perspective that everyone sees every day. In my latest Tech Tip for my ongoing series for Adorama TV, "Getting the … [Read more]

STORY BEHIND THE IMAGE: The Network

David Lama and Peter Ortner climbing in Osttirol, Austria. October 2012

Nikon D800 / 14-24mm f/2.8 lens / ISO 200 / 1/1250th second / f/4.0 The worlds of professional photography and filmmaking, as many of you know, can be cutthroat, if not downright brutal. There’s a ton of competition, and every day there seems to be … [Read more]

ASK COREY: What equipment do I need to start shooting video?

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Hey Corey, I’ve been a photographer for years, most recently shooting with my Nikon D800. I think I’m finally ready to “hit that record button,” as you once put it, and I was wondering if you can give me a quick list of the basic equipment I need to … [Read more]

COOL STUFF: Valley Uprising

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In the world of rock climbing, there’s nothing bigger than Yosemite Valley. Yosemite is ground zero for climbing history, not just in America but in many ways, the world over. Everything from the rope-work and climbing techniques we use today, to the … [Read more]

ASK COREY: How do I keep moisture off my lens while shooting time-lapses?

Behind the scenes photos of a production crew on location.

Hi Corey, I’ve been experimenting with my intervalometer, with some half-decent results. Do you ever have any problems with moisture on the lens, or do you live in a climate where that’s not a problem? That has been my biggest issue to date when … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Creating a Split-level Fishing Photograph

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Part of the fun of photography is getting out to a great location and not being afraid to get your feet wet—or even your camera. Check out my latest Tech Tip for Adorama TV. In this new tutorial, I go through the fundamentals of setting up an … [Read more]