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Money Well Spent

Well, it finally happened. For years I have been extolling the virtues of the lens hood and the UV filter for their photographic benefits as well as their protective qualities. While photographing the fall colors in the Eastern Sierras I... Continue Reading →

4 month report on the Olympus 17mm f1.8

After four months of shooting with the Olympus 17mm f1.8 I can say that it has quickly become one of my favorite lenses and focal lengths to shoot with. I left my Canon system for dead in July and changed... Continue Reading →

Adoring your Art on an Instagram Holiday

In a world of fast fashion, mediocre coffee and an overwhelming amount of underappreciated art; I was feeling bankrupt, deprived and disappointed with life. It was heavily affecting my creativity and impacting my photography.            ... Continue Reading →

Taking A Break With Film

In the same vein as Carollynn's great post, I thought I would throw in my experience with film. I love shooting film! It's a great break from the fast paced digital world of photography that we all find ourselves in.... Continue Reading →

Film, an About-Face to Photography

Shooting film changed the caliber of my photography and I have not witnessed a single negative. I had never before touched a film camera in my life- (Excluding throw away cameras). A co-worker of mine, that exceeds my photography acumen... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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