Tips & Tricks

Professional wedding photographer Mike Colon discusses how he puts his wedding clients at ease and uses skill and luck to get the right shots.
Professional wedding photographer Joe Buissink shares how he works with the bride and groom to find that perfect shot.
Lexar's Jeff Cable discusses ways to get great video footage.
We all take pictures of people, places, or subjects that interest us, but nothing is more important than capturing photos of those we love the most, mainly our family. As Mother’s Day approaches, we are reminded of the one person who has given so much to us. Our mothers brought us into the world and in many cases she sacrificed her wants and desires for our own. What could be a better way...
The nature of the professional photography industry means that shooters often have to meet the demands of their clients. They have to shoot what their clients want, the way they want it and try to get the shots right as quickly as possible. But between jobs, good photographers always find ways to make their own assignments, and great photographers find assignments that allow them to indulge in...
Weddings are magical experiences and I have always felt honored to act as historian with a camera to record such all important events. Taking my cues from news reporters – I worked at small town publications while coming of age in Louisiana – I operate as a journalist reporting a news event and I avoid barking commands to create fictional stances. I have always felt that subjects look...
Lexar's Jeff Cable provides tips on getting great images while traveling. 
Taking pictures can be really fun and it allows us to capture history in an image. One of the greatest subjects for us to photograph is our loved ones. A good photo allows the viewer to see beyond the mere picture and get a glimpse into the soul of the person. Now, you might be wondering how to take that really special picture of that person you care most about. There are some simple tips that...
Lexar's Jeff Cable shares tips for capturing images at night to get the best shot. These techniques will help you get sharper, clearer pictures, even in the dark of night. 
Lexar's Jeff Cable provides tips on how to create a panoramic image without a wide-angle lens.