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Jay Cassario

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Jay Cassario is a fulltime photographer from South Jersey, owner of the multi-photographer wedding and portrait studio Twisted Oaks, and Brand Ambassador for Leica Camera USA.

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Lighting Tips
Wondering how to re-create lens flare with off-camera flash? These tips will help you achieve that look!
Tips & Tricks
One of the most popular questions I receive from other photographers is, "Why are my images blurry?" Out of all the questions I get, this one is...
Simply put, a tilt-shift lens is a lens that tilts and shifts, and throws the focus plane off. Sounds interesting, but what is the purpose, and...
Tips & Tricks
For those who know me or follow my work, you know this article is one that has been a long time coming. If you don't know, I'll just tell you. A...
Tips & Tricks
As photographers, the geeky tech side of backup and file storage isn’t always at the top of our list of exciting or fun things to take care of....
How many of you have struggled with the decision to always bring your camera or leave it at home to enjoy life without it?
My mother was a wedding photographer and when she passed away unexpectedly, something she said to me has always played a big role in how I handle...
Tips & Tricks
Two years ago, on this very day, I published an article on how a studio can help your wedding photography business. Today I have my own, and it was...
Tips & Tricks
I want to explain to you how I have built up my wedding photography business as well as kept my personal brand intact, and explain why I think you...
Gear & Apps
I was really interested in speaking with G-Tech again here at PhotoPlus Expo; not only to see what new products they had coming out, but to also...
Gear & Apps
While online galleries are continuing to improve and become the cheapest option for image delivery, there will always be something to be said about...
Gear & Apps
When I started my photography business 4 years ago, learning how to keep track of everything was the biggest struggle.