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

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Years ago, I took a semester off from college, packed up 100 bricks of film and all of my climbing gear into my Honda Civic, and hit the road with the goal of making rock climbing pictures around the American West. It was probably one of the best … [Read more]

COOL STUFF: The Enormocast

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We like to talk about how new technology kills one form of media or another. Print is dead. Radio is dead. Television is dead. Film is dead. Etc. But the truth is that these formats don’t die; they adapt, change, and then go on to have their own … [Read more]

LATEST WORK: Vertical Mapping El Cap with Google

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I love my office. It’s not sleek and modern. In fact, it’s really, really old—but it’s made of some of the finest granite on the planet, which gives it a certain 100-million-year old charm. All my friends and heroes are always hanging around. And … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Advanced Time-Lapse Photography Part 2

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In my latest Tech Tip for Adorama TV, I continue with Part 2 of advanced motion-controlled time-lapse techniques. In the first episode I spoke about the principles  and thought processes behind creating a multi-axis-controlled time-lapse. Now, I'm … [Read more]

ASK COREY: Getting Paid vs Getting Exposure

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Hi Corey, I'm a photographer at the beginning of my career and am still learning how to pitch to magazines. Recently I was at a climbing competition in Toronto and have a couple of photographs which a climbing publication is interested in for … [Read more]

COOL STUFF: Climbing Is Blowing Up

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2015 has been a break-out year for the sport of rock climbing. From the Dawn Wall media bonanza to the sport's continued coverage in the New York Times all the way to Hollywood, it certainly seems like climbing has hit the mainstream in a big way. I … [Read more]