1. Deep North: a film by Corey Rich

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    Corey Rich, along with videographer Dane Henry capture the first ascent of one of the mountains located in Alaska's Arrigetch Peaks, located in the Brooks Range, above the Arctic Circle. The documentary was featured over the course of two episodes of Flying Wild Alaska, which aired December 9 and December 16, 2011. Stunning photographs and video footage of the beautiful snow covered landscape are juxtaposed with the coverage of the demanding trek the climbers undertook. Corey and Dane shot all of their video footage with D7000 D-SLR cameras and, for the most part three lenses: an AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 12-24mm f/4G IF-ED, an AF DX Fisheye-NIKKOR 10.5mm f/2.8G ED and an AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II.

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    • The Making of: DEDICATED

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      A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the work that went into to creating DEDICATED – a film by Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich, featuring Nikon Ambassador Dave Black, and Nikon professional photographers Robert Beck and George Karbus. Watch DEDICATED here: https://vimeo.com/91323202

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      • JUMP: 9 Photographers

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        Produced for Aurora Photos to showcase the work of nine of the world-class photographers they represent. James Balog, Peter Essick, Rob Kendrick, Todd Korol, John Lee, Clay McLachlan, David McLain, Corey Rich, and Holly Wilmeth talk about their love of photography. Produced by Trillium Studios (www.trilliumstudios.com) for Aurora Photos (www.auroraphotos.com).

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        • Nikon - HOW of WHY

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          Making of the Nikon D4 Release Video I have often said, if I wasn't a filmmaker and photographer, I would be a teacher. There's great satisfaction in sharing knowledge & experience to help spark the creative fire in others. When Nikon approached me to be a part of the D4 release project not only did they ask me to produce a video and stills, showing off the attributes of the new camera, they were also looking for a behind the scenes video spot detailing how "WHY" came together. This was an amazing opportunity, as it allowed me to simultaneously be both a filmmaker/photographer and a teacher. Though this meant everyone in the crew had to work twice as hard, especially Dane Henry. Capturing the action behind the scenes became just as important as the hero footage and stills. "HOW of WHY" is a great illustration of everyone's hard work and ability to multitask, plus proof that we all had a lot fun along the way! In this spirit, now is a perfect opportunity to thank the key teachers that shared their knowledge with me. Thank you Bob Porter, George Egbert, James DuPratt, Jim McNay and Greg Lewis - I am forever grateful for the time you spent helping me to find my passion for adventure and storytelling. For more detailed information on the production of "WHY" & "HOW of WHY" and the Nikon D4, check out our blog and the Nikon Professional Services Global site. http://news.coreyrich.com/ http://nps.nikonimaging.com/movie_shooting_guide/

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          • RC 80

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            For Rich Clarkson's 80th birthday, we put together a video from folks who sent a video submission to wish him a Happy Birthday and also those with good stories and tribute to Rich. If you know Rich or not, this is good testament to the man he has and all those careers he has affected.

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            • Circles

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              A Short narrative, film about virtuous circles. Made For Goodwill of NNE. Written and Directed by: Logen Christopher Produced by: Logen Christopher, David Caldwell, Corey Rich. Starring: Jessica Libby, David J. Wallace, Jared Boghosian, Patty Kennedy © Knight St. Productions 2012.

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              • Creating a Composite Action Sequence: Tech Tips: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich

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                www.adorama.com Still photography is all about capturing that decisive storytelling moment. Certain situations, however, beg to show the whole sequence or progression of movement. The question becomes: can you tell that whole story in a single frame? In this Tech Tip, photographer and director, Corey Rich talks about the creative process behind building a composite action sequence to create a much more interesting and powerful storytelling still. While standing neck-deep in the Mediterranean Sea on the coast of Mallorca, Rich racks his brain to come up with an interesting way to show the drama and power of what professional climber Chris Sharma is doing as he climbs one of the hardest rock climbs in the world, using no rope, 60 feet above the sea. The solution is to use all the tools available to him, from his Nikon camera equipped with a 17-35mm lens, to working in Photoshop in the aftermath to build the actual composite. As Rich says, when you embrace technology, the only limits are what you can dream up. Related Products at Adorama: Manfrotto MK057C3-M0Q5 Carbon Fiber 057 Tripod Kit with Q5 Ball Head http://www.adorama.com/BG057C3M0Q5.html Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF AF-S Super Wide Angle Zoom Nikkor Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK1735AFSU.html B + W 77mm XS-Pro Digital Nano MRC Clear #007 Filter http://www.adorama.com/BW77XSP7N.html Adorama Lens Cleaning Tissue, Three Packages http://www.adorama.com/CPLT3.html ROR Lens Cleaner & Oil Reisude Remover, 2 oz. Spray Bottle http://www.adorama.com/CPROR2.html AquaTech Delphin D4 Sport Housing http://www.adorama.com/AQDSHP4.html SanDisk 128GB ExtremePRO CompactFlash Card http://www.adorama.com/IDSCFEP4K128.html Check out Adorama's latest contest here! http://www.adorama.com/AdoramaU If you have questions, share them with us at: adotv@adorama.com

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                • DEDICATED

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                  Shot entirely on the NEW Nikon D4S, Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich created a stunning film showing the inspirational journey, incredible amount of work, passion and dedication that guided Nikon Ambassador Dave Black, and Nikon professional photographers Robert Beck and George Karbus through their professional photography careers.

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                  • Nikon - WHY

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                    Nikon D4 Release Video It's here! The Nikon D4 has arrived and it is a freaking HOT camera! For the past months I have been working in silence with an amazingly talented crew and three of the best athletes on the planet producing my short D4 launch film "WHY". It was like Christmas morning when Nikon called and described the new camera and all of its incredible features. All I could think was that this is the camera we have been waiting for. Then the gift of all gifts... "Corey, dream up a film that you would like to shoot. You pick the topic. You pick the location. It's your film... only requirement is you show off the features of the new camera." My favorite quote from the call was "You have a blank white canvas and it's up to you to fill it". I had to pinch myself several times to confirm that the call was real. Everyone involved has been tight lipped about the project for months and today we can finally begin to share some of the assets and get fired up about the camera!!! I have always been facinated by those people that are the best at what they do. Those that operate on the edge; scientists, artists, musicians, athletes, etc. Always the question that I find myself asking is "WHY"? What deep inside drives them? What does the world look like through their eyes? Those that live on the edge, push the envelope, redefine sports and industries operate in a space all to themselves. In my Nikon D4 launch film I wanted to visually portray the beauty and intensity of the athletes doing what they do best while also delving into their heads and answering the question "WHY"? There was a very simple list of criteria used when selecting the athletes for this film. 1. They needed to be the best in the world at what they do. 2. They needed to be true role modes / heros. (In short, no ego and just simply fantastic people). Dane, Rebecca and Alex fulfill the requirements in spades! As it seems to be with many shoots, the schedule for WHY was INSANE! In just 13 days we went from Veracruz, Mexico to Moab, Utah to Joshua Tree, California. With a fantastic crew of eight amazingly talented people, three of the worlds best athletes, over 20 pieces of luggage, three D4 prototypes, an rc helicopter and enough RedBull and ClifBars to keep us awake and moving, the entire journey was epic! Huge days, little sleep, lost bags, crashed helicopter (the D4 lived), speeding tickets (talked our way out of both ;-), wicked mosquito bites, flu, and a trip to the urgent care - all the prerequisites for a great shoot. Just the way I like it! Special thanks to everyone that helped on this production! Dane Henry, Shawn Corrigan, Rex Lint, Mike Hagadorn; you guys are studs! Blaine Deutsch and Marina Rich, thank you for keeping us all on track, organized, fed and looking good (and Marina, thanks for loving me and being the best wife in the world). Gen Umei, Soichi Hayashi, Jason Jenkins and Mike Corrado; thank you for the opportunity! Dane Jackson, Alex Honnold and Rebecca Rusch, you guys really made the film and answered the question WHY!!! Tommy Thompson and Chris McNamara; thanks for keeping us safe and getting me into the coolest camera positions possible! Amazing team and thank you everyone who helped! When it is all said and done by far the most exciting part is the future. It's about the collective creativity and vision of the photo and video community and what we will all create when we get a D4 in our hands. One thing is for certain, WHY was just the tip of the iceberg! Check out the link below for more production and technical info on the Corey Rich Productions blog: http://news.coreyrich.com/2012/01/nikon-d4-project-production-technical-info.html

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                    • Why - A film by Corey Rich

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                      Corey Rich follows three extreme athletes while they put their bodies on the line for the sports that define them in this beautiful and compelling piece of video shot entirely on the Nikon D4 camera.

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