1. Shooting Ad Campaigns Part 2: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip: AdoramaTV

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    www.adorama.com In part two of this Tech Tip series, photographer and director Corey Rich takes you behind the scenes of his advertising campaign photo shoot for Ski Lake Tahoe by heading into Montbleu Hotel and Casino's Opal Nightclub. Now it’s all about creating a nightlife environment using the latest lighting equipment, from Litepanels Hilio LEDs and Sola 12s, to firing the Profoto Acute2 head off Profoto Pro-8B power packs. Rich shows you the amount of work and forethought that must go into delivering exactly what his client needs. But at the end of the day, it’s still all about working with great people and having fun. Related Products at Adorama: Profoto ProHead Plus with 500W Modeling Lamp http://www.adorama.com/PP900753.html Profoto Pro-8b 1200 Air Power Pack 1200 Watt Second Flash Generator http://www.adorama.com/PP701081.html Litepanels Hilio LED Fixture http://www.adorama.com/LPAHLF.html Litepanels Sola12 12” LED Fresnel Light http://www.adorama.com/LPASOL12DF.html Nikon D4s http://www.adorama.com/INKD4S.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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    • Listening to Your Subject: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip: AdoramaTV

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      www.adorama.com When you approach any shoot, whether it’s commercial or personal, a common tendency is to bring preconceived notions of what you want to shoot. Yet often the best ideas are both spontaneous and the result of listening to your subjects and hearing their own ideas for what would make great pictures. In this Tech Tip, photographer and director Corey Rich, explores the creative process of working closely with the Jackson family of kayakers. To Rich, the Jacksons aren’t just world-class kayakers, but they are close friends with whom he has built a strong relationship over the years. Rich explains the synergy he created with Eric Jackson, the patriarch, who had a really out-of-the-box idea for what would make a dynamic family portrait. It goes to show you that sometimes when you’re open-minded and listen to your subjects, great pictures can be made. Related Products at Adorama: SanDisk 128 GB Extreme Pro Compact Flash Card http://www.adorama.com/IDSCFEP4K128.html Nikon D4s DSLR Camera Body http://www.adorama.com/INKD4S.html Nikon 200mm-400mm f4G IF-ED AF-S VR Nikkor Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK2004002U.html Nikon 300mm f/2.8 AF-S Super Telephoto Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK30028U.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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      • Shooting the Ski Lake Tahoe Ad Campaign: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip: AdoramaTV

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        www.adorama.com When shooting for advertising campaigns, your clients will often have a very specific idea about what they want. Your job is to go out into the field and deliver that content. In this Tech Tip, photographer and director Corey Rich brings you along on one of his advertising shoots for a Ski Lake Tahoe campaign. Working with several young and talented athletes, Corey shares important tips for his process of creating that content. It begins with great communication with the athletes—from using hand signals to speaking on walkie talkies. Corey sets up his exposure on his Nikon D4s, and then goes to work finding the best perspective. Finally, remember to make the most of the situation while you’re there. The last thing you want is to come back to your clients without plenty of great content for them to choose from. Related Products at Adorama: Nikon D4s DSLR Camera Body http://www.adorama.com/INKD4S.html Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm f/4G ED VR Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK1635U.html Motorola MR350R Talkabout Two-Way Walkie Talkie Rechargeable Radio http://www.adorama.com/MOTMR350R.html SanDisk 128 GB Extreme Pro Compact Flash Card http://www.adorama.com/IDSCFEP4K128.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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        • Backlight Photography: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip: AdoramaTV

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          www.adorama.com Just because there’s harsh midday light doesn’t mean you need to put your camera down or get out an arsenal of strobes and reflectors to try to save the day. In fact, by simply learning how to work with backlight, you will have a tool that will allow you to continue working from sunup to sundown. In this Tech Tip, photographer and director Corey Rich works with a trail runner in the Sierra Nevada Mountains to show why backlighting works midday. He creates compelling, beautiful images by exposing for the shadows, using a shallow depth of field, and creating a natural rim light that separates his subject from the background. Learn to make any light work to your advantage by shooting backlight. Related Products at Adorama: Nikon D4s DSLR Camera Body http://www.adorama.com/INKD4S.html Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm f/4G ED VR Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK1635U.html Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 AF-S VR II Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK70200AF2U.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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          • The Magic Hour: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip: Exploring the Creative Process

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            www.adorama.com Every day we’re given two opportunities to make good photos look great. The Magic Hour is the hour of golden light that occurs just after the sun rises, and just before the sun sets. In this Tech Tip, photographer and director Corey Rich, explores the creative process of shooting during the Magic Hour for maximum effect. He dissects one of his favorite images of a pilot loading a float plane, captured during an Alaskan wild river adventure for an editorial assignment. Whether you’re in Alaska or your own backyard, the same rules apply. Get up early, stay out late, layer your photos and you will start to make good images look great. Related Products at Adorama: Nikon D4s DSLR Camera Body http://www.adorama.com/INKD4S.html Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8 ED-IF AF-S Wide Angle Zoom Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK1735AFSU.html SanDisk 128 GB Extreme Pro Compact Flash Card http://www.adorama.com/IDSCFEP4K128.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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            • MOVI Advanced Part 2: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip

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              www.adorama.com The age of the small-footprint production is here thanks to game-changing equipment such as the Freefly MOVI M10, and all of its accessories, that have given small, light teams the tools they need to create the high-production value shots that were formerly only found in Hollywood . In this Tech Tip, photographer and director, Corey Rich, provides a deeper look into how he uses his favorite camera-movement device, the Freefly MOVI M10. Rich shows you how to create advanced, steady camera movements using the latest high-end tools available to small-footprint productions. He also takes you through all the accessories you need for your MOVI, including two Small HD DP4 monitors, the Paralinx Tomahawk wireless monitoring system, the Freefly Cinestar helicopter, and a Kessler jib arm. Rich and his team have brought this equipment to some of the most remote places on the planet and captured high-production shots that would make all the guys in Hollywood jealous. Related Products at Adorama: Freefly MOVI M10 Digital 3-Axis Handheld Camera Stabilizer http://www.adorama.com/FRMOVIM10.html Small HD DP4 4.3" Field Monitor http://www.adorama.com/SMMONPROLCD.html Paralinx Arrow Plus SDI System http://www.adorama.com/PRLAR21.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! Share your questions with us: adotv@adorama.com

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              • Quite Moments: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tips: AdoramaTV

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                www.adorama.com Whether you’re shooting sports or weddings, our focus as photographers tends to hone in on those moments of peak action: the baseball pitch, the touchdown catch, the kiss at the alter. But sometimes the best moments actually happen in between the peak action. Today, photographer and director Corey Rich, explores the creative process of capturing those quiet moments in between the peak action. As an example, he dissects his photograph of professional rock climber and Red Bull athlete, David Lama, hanging from a belay point on an alpine climb in Austria. It turns out that so often, some of the best storytelling pictures can be captured during those quiet moments between the peak action. Shoot the action, but then start getting creative during those moments in between! Related Products at Adorama: Nikon D810 http://www.adorama.com/INKD810.html Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 AF-S Zoom Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK1424AFSU.html SanDisk 128 GB Extreme Pro Compact Flash Card http://www.adorama.com/IDSCFEP4K128.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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                • Live and Let Die

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                  A vocalist sings a song about an abusive relationship and ponders what could have happened to the next girl. A Knight St. Media Production. Live and Let Die Song By: Lee Pinson & Sabrina Lynn Starring: Britney Monroe, Bralyn Stokes, Rikki Jo Randall and Zach Allen. Produced by: Lee Pinson Directed by: Logen Christopher Cinematography By: Corey A. Rich Assistant Director: Connie Grace Art Director: Kalie Shorr Production Assistant: Jackson Goodman Production Assistant: Patrick Lanier

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                  • Unexpected Angles: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip: AdoramaTV

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                    www.adorama.com. The goal with all still photography is to use your creativity to make pictures that capture perspectives people have never before seen—perspectives that are enlightening, fresh, tell stories and make people say “Wow!” In this episode of Getting the Shot with Corey Rich, the photographer and director explores the creative process of finding those unexpected angles while dissecting a still photograph he captured during a recent commercial shoot for Mazda, in which the featured vehicle raced on a dirt road alongside two nationally ranked Canadian whitewater kayakers. By brainstorming the situation in advance of the action, and pre-determining everything from the focus to the focal length, shutter speed and aperture setting, Rich solved the technical problems in advance of making the picture. Now it’s a matter of using the tools at your disposal, whether that means strapping the camera to a Kessler Crane Pocket Jib PRO, or a monopod, or even a 2x4, if that’s all you have. The point is to be creative, be resourceful, think ahead, and capture that unique perspective that makes people say, “Wow!” Related Products at Adorama: Nikon D4s: http://www.adorama.com/INKD4S.html Kessler Pocket Jib Pro http://www.adorama.com/KESCJ1016.html Nikon Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 AF-S Zoom Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK1424AFSU.html Pocket Wizard Plus III: http://www.adorama.com/PWP3T2.html Manfrotto 681B Black Monopod http://www.adorama.com/BG681B.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here for great prizes!: http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! Share your questions with us: adotv@adorama.com

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                    • Glowing Tent Under a Night Sky: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich: Tech Tip: AdoramaTV

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                      www.adorama.com Learning to balance two light sources is an absolute fundamental in photography. In this Tech Tip, photographer and director, Corey Rich, shares some fantastic tips for capturing one of the most iconic outdoor photographs there is: a lit-up tent under a starry night sky. This episode of Getting the Shot with Corey Rich, Rich takes us to the High Sierra, where Rich chooses the perfect location, sets up his tent, mounts his Nikon D4s on a Manfrotto Tripod, and chooses a Litepanel 1x1 Bicolor Astra continuous lighting source to use inside his tent. He guides you through picking your lens, aperture and shutter speed, and provides interesting tips, such as how to diffuse your light source and why you need to use the shutter delay function on your camera. The result is a photograph that is relatively easy to make, and will inspire all your friends to join you next weekend in the great outdoors. Related Products at Adorama: Nikon SB-901 TTL AF Speedlight Flash http://www.adorama.com/NKSB910AFU.html Litepanels Astra 1x1 Bi-Color LED Light http://www.adorama.com/LPA1X1BCLED.html Anton Bauer Hytron 100 Battery http://www.adorama.com/ABH100.html Manfrotto MK057C3-M0Q5 Carbon Fiber 057 Tripod Kit http://www.adorama.com/BG057C3M0Q5.html Nikon D4s 16 Megapixel HD-SLR Camera Body http://www.adorama.com/INKD4S.html Nikon 24mm f/1.4G AF-S ED Nikkor Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK2414U.html Like, share, and comment on the video below...let's get the conversation started! Share your questions with us: adotv@adorama.com

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