Cory Rice

Cory Rice

Cory Rice is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn. 

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by Staff Writer
1 week ago
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The wait is over for a DX-format mirrorless camera, with the newly announced Nikon Z 50. Super compact and easy to use, the Z 50 is perfect for travel, family, and everyday carry. The ability to record 4K UHD video, edit in-camera, and share content directly to smartphones makes it an ideal...
by Staff Writer
3 weeks ago
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Canon has announced a significant firmware update for its EOS R and EOS RP cameras that sets a new benchmark for AF performance in these full-frame mirrorless cameras. The improvements that this...
by Staff Writer
3 weeks ago
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Lowepro has teamed up with adventure photographer Chris McLennan to create four new travel-friendly Pro Trekker II backpacks. The quartet shares a handful of core features, including an emphasis on easy carry-on adaptability for when you need to get out of town. Individually, the appeal of the second generation of Pro Trekker bags...
by Brian Zwiebel
1 month ago
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The technological advancements in photography could hardly be imagined by photographers using slow film with manual focus, non-stabilized lenses just 20 years ago. Go back further and cameras did not even have built-in meters. Photographers had to use an incident meter to determine a proper exposure, then dial-in the settings manually. Everyone had to know how to use manual mode! Above image:...
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One of the best ways to grow as a photographer is to immerse yourself in art. Museums and art galleries have long served as perennial sources of creative inspiration. In recent years, an even more photocentric phenomenon has gained traction: the photo festival. In addition to providing exhibition spaces for artists, curators, and galleries, many of these events also include artist talks, panel...
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When Nicéphore Niépce invented the first permanent photographic process in the early 19th century, he named it heliographie—or, sun-writing. Nearly two hundred years later, the sun continues to provide a quality light source to photographers at a fraction of the cost of its competitors....
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Nikon has announced the NIKKOR Z 24mm f/1.8 S Lens, the widest prime for Nikon’s FX-format Z-series mirrorless cameras to date. Ideal for architecture, landscapes, and streetscapes, its fast f/1.8 maximum aperture ensures excellent imaging even when capturing low-light environments....
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Rokinon has announced the new, super-wide AF 18mm f/2.8 FE Lens to its collection for full-frame Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras. Exceptionally lightweight with an ultra-compact form factor, this lens allows you to capture an impressive amount of space while taking up almost none in your bag...
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1 month ago
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Canon has introduced two new L-series zoom lenses for its full-frame mirrorless camera system: the RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM and RF 24-70mm f2.8L IS USM, and has also announced a firmware...
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What makes a photograph a photograph? When I take a picture of you, who owns that image? Should certain things never be photographed? Do photographs belong in art museums? These are just a few of the questions writers have wrestled with since photography was invented nearly two centuries ago....
Think Tank Announces Urban Access and MindShift Gear PhotoCross Backpacks
by Staff Writer
2 months ago
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Think Tank has just unveiled a collection of new backpacks for urban explorers and adventure photographers, as well as a new black color option for the popular Retrospective 2.0 shoulder bag. Leading off the announcement is subtle yet stylish bag designed for street photographers. Spotting the Urban Access Backpack in the wild, you would likely not assume it to be a camera bag because there are...
Five Ways to Turn your Backyard into a Wildlife Photography Studio
3 months ago
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Wildlife photography doesn’t necessarily entail braving wilderness in search of elusive species inhabiting remote locations. A carefully landscaped yard can supply an impressive variety of animal life to observe and photograph. In this article, we go through five tips for turning your backyard into a red carpet for local wildlife. Know your Neighbors Research, research, research. Find out what...
Birding USA: 10 Western Hotspots for Photographing Birds
3 months ago
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This article is the final installment of our three-part series covering the best locations in the United States for birdwatching and bird photography. Don’t forget to check out 10 Eastern US Hotspots and 10 Central US Hotspots for even more bird-friendly travel destinations. Finally, no birding trip is complete without a...
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This article is the second of a three-part series covering the best locations in the United States for birdwatching and bird photography. Be sure to check out 10 Eastern Hotspots and 10 Western Hotspots and don’t forget to keep a field guide handy for identifying what you...
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This article is the first in a three-part survey of the best locations for birdwatching and bird photography in the United States. Subsequent articles will cover Central and Western regions. Before visiting any of the destinations listed below, be sure you have a reliable field guide...
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