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Simple Effective Beauty Lighting

Back in March of 2017 I wrote about how a simple 19'' ring light can be used to produce great beauty shots; with the caveat that it's most effective for single person headshots. Well, what if you want that same... Continue Reading →

Candle Light Portrait: Tips & Challenge

Candle light portrait challenge and tips.

My Single Greatest Photography Influence

My very first camera was the Canon AE-1 Program, a 35mm film camera, that my mom bought me when I decided to get into photography as a 16 year old high school student. In the time since I've gotten into... Continue Reading →

2021 Photo Journal- a 365 day project!

Back in the year 2013, I challenged myself to a 365 day photo challenge. I was a budding photographer and a teenager with far too much time on my hands. Even with a stark lack of subject matter, I made... Continue Reading →

Sony A7S III: Why only 12 megapixels? Are 12MP enough?

I've developed a reputation for having the longest blogs of anyone at Action Camera. This one is going to bring my average length way down because the answers to the questions above, though asked over and over since the specs... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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