Shooting tethered to a monitor


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Shooting tethered to a monitor

You may not think of a big flat screen TV as a photo accessory. But it turns out that your big LCD TV is actually good for something other than just I don't know, watching Gilligan's Island re-runs or whatever. I've got, my, this TV connected to my camera using an HDMI cable. Your camera probably has an HDMI port on it or a mini HDMI port which is what my 5D mark three has on it. I'm using an adapter to go from HDMI to regular HDMI.

HDMI cabling is just what you use to attach your DVD player or your Xbox or whatever to your TV. It's a very standard connection. These cables are very expensive and to be honest they are a really bad design. They, it's great they carry video and audio, but they're really fragile and, and the connection is hard to stay solid so. They're a drag to work with, but if you carry one with you, you get a lot of options when you're shooting. So, I'm here with Doug and we're just shooting some portraits and things. I would like him to be a...

Shooting tethered to a monitor
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Shooting tethered to a monitor provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the The Practicing Photographer

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