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Photoshop Trick: Remove creases & wrinkles in clothes with the heal brush

Super fast and simple step by step Photoshop method to remove creases and wrinkles from clothing. First take a look at the short video to get a head start and to see how easy it is; then follow the simple... Continue Reading →

Tips on how to shoot your safe and sane fireworks.

4th of July is getting close.  Not all of us will be going to Disneyland or Cal Expo or some other big fireworks show.  Even if your just shooting good old safe and sane fireworks it doesn't mean that you... Continue Reading →

The Over/Under Method

I know this might not be the most eye-catching blog post. It's much more fun to talk about how to set up pleasing lighting or anything on the more creative side of photography and videography. However, the devil is in... Continue Reading →

Fun in The Action Camera Studio

I had the opportunity to collaborate with two awesome women in the Sacramento area to create beautiful images using the Action Camera studio. I gained some inspiration from a few photos I found on Pinterest, and I decided to put Action... Continue Reading →

Neutral Density filters for portraiture?

Most of our customers at Action Camera know the value of a UV filter.  They can tell you it's a good idea to put one on to protect your exposed outer lens element.   Most know it can also add some... Continue Reading →

Beauty Headshots: Two Lights & No Background

Create beautiful headshots by learning techniques for two light set up and no background needed.

Sacramento Beer Week Challenge

This week is Sacramento Beer Week!! Last week my friends at New Glory Brewery provided me with a sample of their Lemon Meringue Pie Specialty Ale before it was going to be released for Sac Beer Week. When I got... Continue Reading →

Getting great portraits with a single inexpensive 19″ ring light

Lights, lights and more lights.  As a full time wedding and portrait photographer I have a vast array of lights; 8 or 10 speed lights, 5 or 6 high powered strobes, half a dozen LED panels, 3 or 4 florescent... Continue Reading →

A few quick tips for wedding shooters.

A lot of wedding shooters come to Action Camera to get their gear so I though I'd put together a little discussion about some of the things I think wedding shooters should consider.  Depending on your level of experience, what... Continue Reading →

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