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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 →

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 →

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 →

Old School, Yet Innovative.

Here at Action Camera, we're always getting a steady flow of products that are new or at least new to us.  Recently we had a camera in the store unlike any we had ever seen before. It was the "Lomography... Continue Reading →

Why I Continue to Shoot Film in a Digital World

One question that I am often asked is, “Why do you still shoot film?”, and it’s a great question. In our world of digital everything, it’s sometimes hard for others to understand why I haven’t adapted to the times and embraced... Continue Reading →

Shoot the Moon

Have you ever tried to photograph the moon? Was the result a "white hot dog"? Most people shoot at ISO 1600 for 10 seconds or longer because it is dark outside. Remember when you are photographing the moon, you are... Continue Reading →

The Magic of Sony and Sigma

Sigma launched their SONY E mount line! I took the 85mm prime lens for a spin, and it was magic. The Sigma art lens created an incantation in each photograph. The Autofocusing speed was just as agile as my Sony... Continue Reading →

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