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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 →

Street Photography Workshop

As most of our followers know here at Action Camera we offer a wide variety of classes and workshops.  Our classes are typically held at our location, while workshops consist of an "in-class" lecture at our store in Roseville with... 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 →

The Importance of Filters

Filters are an important part of digital photography, and they can take your images to the next level.  Some people say you can just do it later in photoshop, but that is not always true. Types of filters that we... Continue Reading →

The Exposure Triangle

Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO They work together to create an exposure and affect your image in different ways. If you missed the individual articles you can find them here: Aperture  -  Shutter Speed  -  ISO You can change the... Continue Reading →

ISO

What is ISO? It is the number that describes how much the processor amplifies the light collected by the sensor.  A higher number means the processor works harder to produce a correctly exposed image. Each step on the ISO scale... Continue Reading →

Shutter Speed

Inside your camera just in front of the sensor is a curtain that opens and closes to expose the sensor to light for a certain amount of time.  The amount of time that you choose will effect how the movement... Continue Reading →

Understanding Aperture and Depth of Field

Aperture is a mechanism inside every lens that opens and closes just like your iris in your eye to let more or less light through.  Aperture is measured in f-stops and unfortunately a smaller # is more light and a... Continue Reading →

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