1. “Getting The Shot: Tech Tips” are free 5- to 10-minute tutorials brought to you by Corey Rich, a Nikon USA Ambassador and one of the world’s leading commercial and advertising storytellers.

    An offshoot of “Getting the Shot with Corey Rich”—Rich’s more in-depth how-to video series—“GTS: Tech Tips” appear every month on coreyrich.com. These straightforward, educational videos take virtually no time out of your day, but are sure to save you hours and hours of learning the hard way. “Getting the Shot: Tech Tips” is a fresh, relevant tutorial series for those wanting to produce great still imagery and dynamic motion spots.

    “Tech Tip: Athlete Portrait”
    Corey takes us inside a New York City studio and runs through the whole process of making an athlete portrait, start to finish. He explains the thought process behind the creativity, shows a lighting schematic and ultimately reveals the post-production process that goes into creating a great portrait.

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  2. District7Media.net

    Midtown New York City is the place to be. The lights, cars, traffic, architecture and people make the city come to life as a living, breathing, organism that never sleeps. Take a trip with this time-lapse production into the city and see the sights and sounds that create this magnificent destination.

    For us, this time-lapse production was produced using more than 50,000 still frames, shot over the course of 6 months traveling back and forth from Washington DC to New York City while we shot for clients. Our main goal was to capture the central part of the city in both visuals and audio. The sound effects used in this production were taken from the various locations we shot and were added in to give you the feeling of actually being there.

    There were multiple times during this shoot that we were chased off, either by cops or the cold. The subway shots were particularly difficult to get, especially in the wake of the Boston bombings. We were led out and in some cases followed by police officers or MTA officials who seemed intent on getting us for using tripods.

    The music is performed by the talented Danny McCarthy (Fracture)
    (Music has been licensed through Killertracks.com)

    ***MIDTOWN Water UFO***

    We captured something we can't explain. If you know what these lights are, let us know!

    ***Licensing note***
    The majority of this footage is own exclusively by 3rd party clients and we can not license out certain shots. If you're interested in licensing non-exclusive material please contact Andrew at ageraci@district7media.net or call us at 513-259-9231

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    Our gear consisted of the following;

    (4) Canon 5D Mark III's
    (2) Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II
    Canon 24-105mm f/4
    Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 II

    (2) Dynamic Perception Stage Zero's with upgrade stepping motors dynamicperception.com
    Emotimo TB3 - Orange and Black emotimo.com/

    This production would not be possible without the help, assistance, guidance and inspiration of some of the most talented people out there;

    Arthur Breese, Jimmy Shea, Gregg Lehrman, Jay Burlage, CA Time-lapse Crew (Joe Capra, Colin Rich, Andrew Walker, Matt Givot, Chris Pritchard, Michael Shainblum, Eric Hinds, Ben Canales, Sheldon Neil) Richard Bently, Patryk Kizny and the rest of the time-lapse community.

    MIDTOWN - Cinematography, production and motion graphics by Andrew "Drew" Geraci

    ©2013 District 7 Media All Rights Reserved. No images, video or parts of this production may be used without authorization. This production is for portfolio use only.

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