Corey Rich (@coreyrichproductions) — Director and Photographer. @NikonUSA  Ambassador and @SanDisk  Extreme Team member.
With over 17 feet of snow in February alone, this winter has been one for the re
With over 17 feet of snow in February alone, this winter has been one for the record books here in Tahoe! Last week I had the pleasure of going out in the backcountry with Alexi Godbout (@alexigodbout_), shown here in this sequence (swipe to see all photos), and Josh Daiek (@joshdaiek). It was super fun to work with these two badasses. This sequence was shot on @NikonUSA#Z6 with the razor sharp NIKKOR 80-400mm lens. This is my new favorite lightweight kit for the mountains, and helps me keep up with the pros when it comes to skinning up through bottomless pow for another lap. @NikonUSA@salomonfreeski@monsterenergy@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
19.02.2019 14:41:38
A trail of cold smoke and a soft landing ahead for @joshdaiek. It’s been fun fin
A trail of cold smoke and a soft landing ahead for @joshdaiek. It’s been fun finding all the secret-stash pillows in the Tahoe basin this winter! Mega good times playing in the snow with the South Lake crew. Captured this recently with the @NikonUSA#Z6 and the razor sharp NIKKOR 80-400mm —perfect lightweight kit to carry into the backcountry! @NikonUSA@salomonfreeski@oakley@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
17.02.2019 14:48:14
Advertisement
The colors, the light, the position, the people. It’s why I love capturing the s
The colors, the light, the position, the people. It’s why I love capturing the sport of rock climbing. Here’s a #throwback to Tommy Caldwell (@tommycaldwell) and Beth Rodden (@bethrodden) making quick work of Golden Gate (5.13a) on the southwest face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. @NikonUSA@patagonia@outdoorresearch@lasportivana@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
15.02.2019 16:16:25
“The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but in how it t
“The essence of the independent mind lies not in what it thinks, but in how it thinks.”—Christopher Hitchens. Where it thinks is also important. Here’s a good spot for me: Zephyr Cove, South Lake Tahoe, California. @NikonUSA@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
12.02.2019 16:11:10
Only a moment in a time—the air, water, and light combine to give a special gift
Only a moment in a time—the air, water, and light combine to give a special gift to those willing to get out early and earn it. Todd Offenbacher (@tahoetodd) never misses an opportunity to slay pow. Captured with the @NikonUSA#Z7 and the crazy sharp Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/4 S. #mirrorlessreinvented#Z7#NikonZ7@NikonUSA@mammutna@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
10.02.2019 18:31:09
After six feet of fresh snow and a week of alpine starts to ski all over the Tah
After six feet of fresh snow and a week of alpine starts to ski all over the Tahoe Basin, a soak in some naturally fed hot springs was just what the doctor ordered. I recently enjoyed spending time with my family and some family friends at the historic Walley’s Hot Springs down in Carson Valley, Nevada, just 30 minutes from South Lake Tahoe. After playing in the mountains all week, it was nice to take a step back, relax, and take in all the grandeur of the Sierra Nevada from this really cool spot. We’ll definitely be coming back here to rejuvenate, get psyched and continue enjoying winter! @CarsonValleyNevada#WhyCV@marinaarich#nikonz6#NikonNoFilter
09.02.2019 16:09:22
Advertisement
Focus. It’s one of the most important controls we have as photographers. As peop
Focus. It’s one of the most important controls we have as photographers. As people striving to lead better, stronger, healthier and more fulfilling lives, focus becomes a lot more elusive. The act of climbing gives us a lot of focus in the moment—it strips away everything else going on in your life, and all that becomes important is zeroing in on the next move. The trick is finding ways to take this focus that comes naturally when we climb and applying it to the rest our of our day to day lives. @NikonUSA@patagonia@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
07.02.2019 17:11:51
“Mountains are freedom. Treat them with respect.” —Conrad Anker (@conrad_anker)
“Mountains are freedom. Treat them with respect.” —Conrad Anker (@conrad_anker) said it best! @NikonUSA@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
05.02.2019 17:49:00
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day? We’re definitely enjoying playing
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day? We’re definitely enjoying playing in the snow this winter here in Tahoe. Here’s a throwback shot to a past season. Here’s to more good steep and deep shots through the trees. @NikonUSA@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
03.02.2019 13:56:26
Beth Rodden (@bethrodden) reading the "Book of Hate" (5.13d), a strenuous stemmi
Beth Rodden (@bethrodden) reading the "Book of Hate" (5.13d), a strenuous stemming dihedral in Yosemite National Park that is anything but easy to read. Captured circa 2007. First ascended by Randy Leavitt (@randyleavitt) even earlier than that. @NikonUSA@outdoorresearch@metoliusclimbing@ospreypacks@bluewaterropes@touchstoneclimbing@lasportivana#NikonNoFilter
02.02.2019 15:09:12
Advertisement
As the world gets smaller and more “knowns” are known and readily available at f
As the world gets smaller and more “knowns” are known and readily available at flick of a phone screen, we must go farther to explore and find adventure. It’s essential to the human spirit. ** David Lama (@davidlama_official) and Peter Ortner (@luner._peter) immersed in an alpine canvas in the Karakoram mountains of Pakistan. 2011. @thenorthface@NikonUSA@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
31.01.2019 12:37:05
“The history of astronomy is a history of receding horizons.” —Edwin P. Hubble.
“The history of astronomy is a history of receding horizons.” —Edwin P. Hubble. Taking a moment to pause and realize just how small we are, and how lucky we are to be alive. Lake Tahoe, California. @NikonUSA@SanDisk@gtechnology#NikonNoFilter
29.01.2019 16:35:33
Next
loading