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The Magic of Photography

By Corey Hill: Photography is special. We all love photography for different reasons. For memories, for experiences, for marketing and for the love of Nature and People. However, their seems to be a common thread that brings the community of... Continue Reading →

Action Camera’s Under Utilized Treasure: Studio Rental

I am a new associate to Action Camera and when I found out about our studio rental program I was shocked. As a photographer myself I understand that finding an affordable studio space is definitely not an easy task. Here's... Continue Reading →

Big Film in 2019

Take a look around and you'll see that film has started to make quite a comeback. Not just for school classes. A couple of us here at Action Camera have gone back to film specifically for the medium it produces.... Continue Reading →

Long Exposure Photography with Neutral Density Filters

I love to make long exposure photographs.  I love to take my time when creating the image and seeing what the passage of time looks like in a single image.  For me, when looking at the images, they are almost... Continue Reading →

Images of the Crocker

I must have been to the Crocker Art Museum a dozen times over the years but with a brand new camera in hand itching to be used I decided to go this time with shooting in mind instead of viewing.... Continue Reading →

Christina’s Choice Dynamic Duo: Fashion Photography

In 2018 I got the opportunity to do a paid internship at American River College for the Freelance Photography and Fashion Departments. I photographed all of the events leading up to the annual American River College Fashion show plus the... Continue Reading →

Sacramento Convention Center Demolition Video: By Drone

The City of Sacramento and partners have embarked on the renovation and expansion of the Sacramento Convention Center, the Memorial Auditorium, and the Community Center Theater, known as the C3 Project. So that means. Demolition time! And a great opportunity... Continue Reading →

Sony Alpha 7R IV: What’s up?

*Updated: 7-23-19 I've personally owned every iteration of the Alpha 7R series so I shouldn't have been surprised that roughly 2 years after the R3 we're going to get an R4... but I was. I've spent hours pouring over all... Continue Reading →

Shooting at Mt. Rainier in Washington State – testing out a new camera system?!

I had planned a camping trip up to Mt. Rainier Washington with some friends from out of state, who were all coming together to meet there at the national park. I was so excited to be going because I had... Continue Reading →

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