J. Cassario

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Jay Cassario is a photographer from South Jersey, and owner of the wedding, engagement, and portrait photography studio Cass Imaging. His true passion is his portrait work, but his love for landscape and star photography has earned him publications by National Geographic.

WEBSITE: Jay Cassario
Personal Facebook: Jay Cassario
Business Facebook: Cass Imaging
Google Plus: Jay’s Google +
Twitter: @JayCassario

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Why I Choose the Leica M9 Over the Nikon D4S - My Leica Experience

My experience as a wedding photographer with the Leica M9 and explain a little about why I ultimately chose to not send the rental back.
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The Nikon D4S - Does It Not Live Up To Expectations?

I have been shooting with the D4S for the past month and have had mixed opinions on it. Since I currently own the Nikon Df and D800E, I have been making comparisons between the...
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Canon vs. Nikon Showdown: Battle Of The Top 85mm Lenses

Deciding between two of the best 85mm lenses in the game isn’t easy, and trying to compare them head to head wasn’t any easier.
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Wild Pets: Photographs of Skunks and Their Owners

Have you ever owned a pet skunk? These people love their wild pets, and two of our staff writers have owned these affectionate creatures as well.
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How You Shot It: Dreamers - Shooting The Stars

How You Shot It is a series where you show us how you shot an image. Many who use our presets love to share their special processing recipes. You can join the SLR Lounge...
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Auto Photography: Stunning Action Shots Using A Rig

When Ronaldo Stewart first started dabbling in the world of auto photography, he knew that he wanted his photos to show the one element that he felt was most important, speed....
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The Nikkor 58mm f/1.4G Review - The New King Of Bokeh

Initial Thoughts I have been shooting with the new Nikkor 58mm f/1.4G for almost a month now, and my thoughts have changed drastically over that time period. I spent a lot of...
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How To Improve Your Chiaroscuro Portraits

An artistic technique developed during the time of the Renaissance, chiaroscuro is the Italian word meaning light-dark. It started out as a technical term used by artists to...
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How A Studio Can Help Your Wedding Photography Business

One of the luxuries of being a full time wedding photographer is being able to work in the comfort of your own home. Washington DC wedding photographer Sam Hurd recently decided...
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Sigma 35mm DG HSM Lens Review - Still Amazing A Year Later

At Photokina 2012, Sigma announced three new lenses in a reorganization of it's lens lineup. Since then, we've witnessed them establish a new confidence and respect in their...
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Photographer Honors Sister's Memories In Recreated Wedding Portraits

The importance of photography and the memories that a single photograph can hold is never greater than after the loss of a loved one. When we experience the tragic loss of a...
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Lions, Eagles, and Snow - A Photographer's Toughest Challenge

This past Sunday the weather forecast for the Philadelphia area had called for a light coating of snow, but just before the start of the Eagles game it looked like a blizzard...
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