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Stuck at Home – A-Z Challenge

With COVID-19 on the loose, many of us are avoiding crowded situations or stuck at home entirely. For us photographers, this can be a time we can challenge ourselves to practice our photography in the home environment, try new techniques... Continue Reading →

Fujifilm X-T4 Announced

The Fujifilm X-T4 is coming! Fujifilm has announced the latest in their X series of mirrorless cameras. Utilizing the already incredible sensor and processor from the X-T3, Fujifilm has nonetheless managed to squeeze more performance and add many compelling features.... Continue Reading →

For the Love of Sacramento

By: Corey Hill Welcome to Sacramento - America's Farm to Fork Capital! And also, of course, The City of Trees. In Sacramento, community is abundant, restaurants thrive with innovative and creative dishes, newly planned infrastructure is exciting and beautiful, and... Continue Reading →

The thrill of Photojournalism and in-camera WiFi

By Ellie Doyen The day my comrades at the San Francisco Examiner started respecting me as a photojournalist was the day of the gas line explosion.  Firefighters work on reducing damage caused by a gas fire on the corner of... Continue Reading →

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 →

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