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TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Long-Lens Ski Photography

A man skiing in powder near South Lake Tahoe, California.

For any skier worth his salt, when it dumps 3 feet of snow, that usually means it’s a “powder day”—time to ditch work and hit the slopes. But for me, a powder day means it’s actually time to go to work. Fortunately, that work means going up on a … [Read more]

COOL STUFF: The Inspiration of Louie Zamperini


Each year I spend a lot of time in transit, returning home from one shoot or heading out to another. I log many hours sitting in cars or planes, and one of my favorite pastimes to while away these hours is to listen to audio books. It’s amazing how a … [Read more]



Nikon D800 / 16mm Fisheye Lens / ISO 200 / f/8 / 1/1000th second Some of the best projects begin with an out-of-the-blue phone call from an ad agency representing a major company. But it's not as though these opportunities are just hand-fed to you … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Firelight Photography


How to shoot campfire photos and how NOT to start a campfire. Knowing how to balance a light source with the ambient light, whether that means shooting a campfire or even an evening city skyline, is an important skill set for every photographer to … [Read more]



Patagonia is one of my longest clients—after all, they published the "image that helped launch my career." I consider many of the folks at Patagonia not just close friends, but mentors and role models. I've being hearing buzz about this film … [Read more]

NEWS: Nikon Cinema features DEDICATED


Hopefully by now you have had a chance to watch DEDICATED and The Making of DEDICATED, our two films that we shot and produced this winter in advance of the release of the Nikon D4s. In fact, I think I still might be recovering from our grueling … [Read more]