Check the shots on a computer Studio Strobes


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Checking the shots on a computer

The whole purpose of shooting tethered is so that you can start seeing your images right away. And for most photographers these days, they're used to working with their images in the actual software tool. Maybe it's Photoshop Lightroom. Or you're using Apple's Aperture. Or another dedicated utility. Well, the good news is, is that by tethering, the images have been downloading through the whole shoot, and I could actually start to look at them. This means if I want to check critical sharpness, or exposure, or start to apply some looks or presets, I could begin that process while I'm shooting, which, quite simply, leads to less fixing it in post.

Let's see how it works. I'll switch out of the Library module and go into the Develop module. And, I could also close my Capture Control now, because I'm not using it. But, if needed, we could reinvoke that later with the File menu. There's all of my images across the bottom, and I can see things here, which is great. Let'...

Checking the shots on a computer
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Checking the shots on a computer provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Abba Shapiro and Richard Harrington as part of the Up and Running with Studio Strobes

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