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TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Shooting in Low Light


Shooting in low light, especially right before dawn or right after dusk, is one of the most challenging conditions for nailing a technically sound picture. But this is when the magic happens! I’ve always jokingly said that the more you suffer as a … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Finding Details


With my background in photojournalism, I learned that in order to deliver a complete picture package that told a story, I had to get at least three images: A wide, establishing shot. A medium shot. And last but not least, a detail shot. All great … [Read more]

ASK COREY: How can I learn more about the way you work?


Hey Corey. I’m working on building a professional photo and video career and already you have been a great resource for information. I’m really interested in learning more. I would love to follow you around and shadow you on a real shoot and watch … [Read more]

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

a man in a sleeping bag in Death Valley, California.

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]


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?


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]