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Tech Tips

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Creating a Split-level Fishing Photograph

Part of the fun of photography is getting out to a great location and not being afraid to get your feet wet—or even your camera. Check out my latest Tech Tip for Adorama TV. In this new tutorial, I go through the fundamentals of setting up an … [Read more]

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

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]

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]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Exploring the Creative Process: Creating a Composite Action Sequence

We all know that still photography is all about capturing that decisive storytelling moment. With the depression of a shutter button, you freeze time and capture that single incredible moment that would otherwise be gone forever without your camera. … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Creating Motion in Still Photography

Aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and focal length are some of the most basic—but also the most powerful—tools we have as photographers to get creative and make interesting, artistic storytelling pictures. In this Tech Tip that I produced for Adorama TV, … [Read more]

TECH TIP: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Exploring the Creative Process – CrossFit

Creating a great picture goes beyond the nuts and bolts of using your equipment. It really is all about approaching situations with an open mind, and working those situations so that each frame gets better and better. In this Tech Tip I bring you … [Read more]