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Cool Stuff: Tommy Caldwell’s New Book!

Years ago, when I was shooting a lot of editorial stills for magazines, I’d often pitch editors at all the major outdoor publications on a profile of Tommy Caldwell. I’d explain that Tommy was knocking out one hard, new El Cap free climb after … [Read more]

Ask Corey: How Do You Back Up Your Data? Part 1

Hey Corey, Big fan of your work! 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 the office? Thanks for the advice! … [Read more]

STORY BEHIND THE IMAGE: Creative Live

Nikon D5 / 24-70mm f/2.8 / ISO 800 / 1/1000th second / f/5.6   What do mountaineering, childbirth, and teaching a Creative Live course all have in common? They all involve an enormous amount of suffering that strangely fades from your … [Read more]

COOL STUFF: Tahoe Mountain Lab

  It’s kind of ironic that, for a guy who travels around the world around 200 days per year, I would be such an enthusiastic and strong supporter of South Lake Tahoe localism: local companies, local foods, local folks. Actually, the more I travel … [Read more]

LATEST WORK: Amazon Biographic

When we showed up in the Amazon, we met the team of scientists: Scott Saleska, the head professor leading the research; his student, Neil Prohaska; his Brazilian colleague:  Kleber Silva Campos; and Deliane Penha, a PhD student in Brazil. When we … [Read more]

BIG NEWS: The New Novus is Here!

  When I look back on my life, it’s interesting to see which moments really stand out as most pivotal—like the day I picked up my first camera at age 13, or the first time I ever went rock climbing, or meeting Marina, my wife, for the first … [Read more]