As photographers, we see lots that could be improved in our cameras during daily use. We moan and complain, but whining is about all we do. However, some take the need, design a solution and market a product. Here are the story of five [wedding] photographers who did just that. Gary Fong spent $15,000 to make the Lightsphere and ended up selling hundred of thousands of it. Jessica Claire and Keats Elliott wanted a practical and stylish lens bag and ended designing and manufacturing the Shootsac Lens Bag & True Color Covers. Andrew Niesen and Rachel LaCour Niesen created the studio management program ShootQ because they thought there had to be a more efficient way to manage their appointments.