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Latest Work: “Morning”—Shot on the Nikon Z7 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera with S Lenses

It’s a new century for Nikon imaging, and I’m super honored to be a part of it. The 101-year-old company has announced what I consider to be one of the most remarkable imaging devices on the planet, the Nikon Z7. Along with its companion, the Nikon … [Read more]

Ask Corey: LEDs vs Hot Lights

Hey Corey, I’m a longtime filmmaker accustomed to using HMI fresnels on productions. As you probably know, there are some downsides to working with hot lights, and I’m wondering if you have any experience with LED fresnels? How do LEDs compare and … [Read more]

Latest Work: International Gymnastics Camp

If I had to pick one sport that everyone should do to provide them with a fundamental understanding of movement, athleticism, and self-discipline, it would be gymnastics. I did gymnastics as a kid and saw how well that background translated into … [Read more]

Cool Stuff: Honnold Foundation

Alex Honnold at work in Africa. Photo: Ted Hesser   We are really good at celebrating athletes who achieve incredible, new standards in sports, but we should also be good at celebrating those athletes who are not only super-talented jocks … [Read more]

News: “Story Behind the Image” Book is Coming …

What began as a way to answer reader questions about how photographs were made, slowly turned into longer stories about my life and career behind the lens, and is now in the process of becoming a book. Story Behind the Image has been one of the … [Read more]

Ask Corey: How Do You Back Up Your Data? (Part 2)

Hey Corey, Big fan of your work and approach to shooting stills and video. I’m wondering if you could share your thoughts on backing up files and data, both stills and video. Do you have a workflow for when you’re out in the field? What about back in … [Read more]