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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 →

Thoughts on the Sony Alpha 7R III

Just like the Alpha 7R2 before it the R3 has been reviewed to death.  Most of the reviewers just have to throw something out there for click bait.  I’m going to try and cover some of the details you might... Continue Reading →

Did the Sony A9 just make mirrors in cameras as useful as your appendix?

The high end digital camera market has slowly been moving toward mirrorless options and away from traditional mirrored DSLR's.  In recent years this movement has picked up speed in leaps and bounds.  With the release of Sony's A9 the mirrored... Continue Reading →

Getting great portraits with a single inexpensive 19″ ring light

Lights, lights and more lights.  As a full time wedding and portrait photographer I have a vast array of lights; 8 or 10 speed lights, 5 or 6 high powered strobes, half a dozen LED panels, 3 or 4 florescent... Continue Reading →

85mm Showdown: Zeiss Batis vs. Sony G-Master

If you shoot one of the Sony full frame mirrorless cameras, then adding one of these two lenses can give you the ultimate portrait shooting machine. Which one is for you?  If you've asked yourself that very question and still... Continue Reading →

A few quick tips for wedding shooters.

A lot of wedding shooters come to Action Camera to get their gear so I though I'd put together a little discussion about some of the things I think wedding shooters should consider.  Depending on your level of experience, what... Continue Reading →

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