We are working on some new training material for field investigators and skywatchers. This material will focus on photography ad videography and will be very much of the "how to" sort of thing, rather than much in-depth theory. So, I thought I'd share my notes here and invite comment, as well as encouraging you to share the results of your experiments. I am pretty obsessed with the problems of UFO photography and videography, and why we don't have better photographs and videos. I have my suspicions about what the problems are, but I'm not there yet. The encouraging thing is that bang/buck of today's cameras has improved a great deal - the performance you can get for $2000 now is far better than 10 years ago, and a huge leap ahead of 20 years ago, especially when adjusted for inflation. I think there are a couple of ways forward. Lots of experimentation, looking for solutions for capturing rare, fleeting events that can be quite distant. Experiments need to be conducted on all kinds of targets (planes, satellites, birds, drones, laser pointers, etc.) in all kinds of lighting and atmospheric conditions with various equipment and software solutions. Looking at the work of people who have to solve similar problems - in particular, wildlife and aviation photographers. There are folks who travel all over the western US with equipment so expensive you have to rent it in the hopes of getting a photo of the latest classified aircraft. Sometimes they succeed, but it isn't easy. So, feel free to share the results of your experiments, and I'll share mine. Also, any stories of failed UFO photography (I have one from the film era), would be of great interest to me.