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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 →

Testing the GFX 50S in Studio

Fuji recently released a medium format mirror-less camera, the GFX 50S, into the market and everyone was in awe! This 51.4 megapixel camera is great for product photographers, wedding photographers, fashion photographers, landscape photographers and pretty much any shooter who wants... Continue Reading →

Canon’s New 35mm Macro With LED Built-in

Canon recently introduced a new EF-S 35mm f/2.8 IS STM Macro lens with a built-in LED ring light. The lens is built for the crop sensor body styles in the Canon DSLR line up, and it is an equivalent 56mm... 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 →

Photographing at Effie Yeaw Nature Center

Last Sunday, I was able to join Pete Perez and Action Camera students at Effie Yeaw Nature Center for a morning of shooting local wildlife. The Nature Center was established in 1976 after about 20 years of petitioning and organizing... 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 →

Table Mountain – Workshop Report

The Table Mountain workshop was great fun! We met everyone early Sunday morning at the ecological reserve to practice the nature, landscape, macro and other techniques learned the previous evening. North Table Mountain covers approximately 3,300 acres. With vistas of wildflowers, waterfalls and... 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 →

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