How To Choose a Computer For Shooting Tethered Photography Workflow | Mac & PC | RGG EDU Tutorial

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With the invention of digital photography, shooting tethered has become a preferred method to image capture for a lot of working professionals. This intro tutorial provides an all-encompassing look at a variety of setups for amateurs and pros alike. In this free photography education tutorial from RGG EDU, we explore everything related to shooting tethered photography including how to select the correct Mac or PC.

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No matter if you are shooting with Canon, Nikon, Phase One or Sony, this workflow video will help your tethered photography to get you into post-processing in Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, or Capture One sooner. Everything you need to know to get started is packed inside this complimentary intro tutorial. This is an overview of getting started with your tethering setup, some gear you may want to consider, backup solutions, computer options, and other general topics to help get you up and running.

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3 comments

  1. no discussion about screen, how to do tethered when cameras also have different USB ports now
    n may be a demo would help understand what the batshit he is trying to say when he says Macs are plug n play … how PCs are not …

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