Working with tethered shooting


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Working with tethered shooting

One of the first steps in regards to tethered capture is to of course set up your camera, dial in your composition and all of your camera settings, and then of course connect the camera to the computer. From there we want to navigate to the File pulldown menu and then select Tethered Capture and click on the option to start the Tethered Capture. This will open up a dialog where we can define a few capture settings. So first thing that I want to do is give this a session name, and I am going to call this Vintage_Camera, because we'll be taking a couple of photographs of an old Brownie camera.

The next thing that I recommend you check on is Segment Photos By Shots. You want that on, because it gives you the ability to segment or group your photos into different folders, and this is really helpful. Let's say you are shooting a product and you want to have a couple of different perspectives, or let's say in one shoot you have a couple of different products or perhaps you have a co...

Working with tethered shooting
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Working with tethered shooting provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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