Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video An overview of tethered shooting, part of Tethered Shooting Fundamentals (2014).
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…Let me walk you through the general idea behind tethering.…Now, in this case, we've got a real world scenario built here.…We're going to be shooting some flower shots to use on a florist's website.…We're just shooting it over a simple background.…We've got some strobe lighting.…Pretty straightforward stuff.…The thing is is that with this type of…shooting environment, I want to be able to take more control.…And I really want to know that the shots are absolutely sharp.…Well,…looking through the back of the camera through the built in…eyepiece, or the LCD viewfinder here, it's really hard to tell.…
But, when I have the ability to look here…on my large screen or on my laptop, it's great.…Remember you could even get full screen previews of those images and zoom…in to check all sorts of detail to see that things are looking great.…Like I really love here how some of the water spots and reflections.…Now, I'll need to do a little touch…up here.…It's natural, but it's not what you'd want on the web.…And as we look through here, we can really see what's happening.…
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- The benefits and drawbacks of tethered shooting
- Creating a stable platform
- Tethering the camera
- Building a tethered station
- Tethering with Lightroom, Aperture, and more
- Choosing a wireless memory card
- Connecting a CamRanger
- Shooting with a GoPro