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The Benefits of Photo Meetups.

    Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting up with a small group of people to shoot the Annual Nevada City Summer Nights Festival. This festival happens every Wednesday night in the month of July. I love photographing... Continue Reading →

The Magic of Sony and Sigma

Sigma launched their SONY E mount line! I took the 85mm prime lens for a spin, and it was magic. The Sigma art lens created an incantation in each photograph. The Autofocusing speed was just as agile as my Sony... Continue Reading →

How to navigate Canon’s EOS line up: Canon T6 vs Canon SL2

Canon is one of the most well known camera companies around the world and has a die hard following like no other that stays up to date on all the latest and greatest that Canon has to offer. But what... Continue Reading →

5 Things you need for Landscape Photography

Intro: This list is in no way in order of importance or least importance. This is a list of items that I would make sure are on or in my camera bag before I left on a landscape shooting trip.... Continue Reading →

My Hero’s of Photography: Henri Cartier-Bresson

I thought I'd try something a little different for this blog.  If your a follower of our blogs here at Action Camera you probably have come to know me as a tech oriented blogger.  Either actual tech or tech as... Continue Reading →

The new Fujifilm X-T100

Fujifilm recently released the new Fujifilm X-T100 camera and XC15-45mm lens in an affordable, entry level priced package. The Camera The X-T100 introduces several new features to the Fujifilm line-up that make this kit a compelling option to those interested in... Continue Reading →

Tips for Photographing Live Music

THINGS TO CONSIDER A long-time music photographer once told me, "If you can make the drummer look good on stage, you can make anybody look good." Photographing concerts and live music events can be tricky.  There are a lot of... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on the Sony Alpha 7R III

Just like the Alpha 7R2 before it the R3 has been reviewed to death.  Most of the reviewers just have to throw something out there for click bait.  I’m going to try and cover some of the details you might... Continue Reading →

Shooting in Harsh Sun: Solutions for a problem every portrait photographer faces

It's the middle of the day and the sun is pouring down creating insanely harsh shadows on your model; so you do what most of us do, look for a shady spot.  Well you wouldn't be shooting outside if you... Continue Reading →

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