Take a Sec, Learn a Spec – TabStrap

Take a Sec, Learn a Spec – TabStrap

Sep 12, 2013

The TabStrap features a combination of products that allow you to work hands-free with any iPad or Tablet along your side. With the iPad or tablet positioned in a Wallee Case (sold separately) and using the included streamlined “Hitch” D-Ring attachment, the Wallee Connect Lite allows the iPad or tablet to lay flat for a comfortable…

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Start Tethering in 5 Simple Steps

Jul 25, 2013 | One Comment

The biggest question by photographers interested in tethered photography is ‘How exactly do I start tethering?’ Well, this article was written for you! Here are 5 simple steps that can get you tethering in no time. Step 1: You need a screen to send your images In order to start shooting tethered, you need to…

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Aperture: Photography Tips on Tethered Shooting

Aug 1, 2012

Aperture 3: Tips on tethered shooting Get tips on tethered shooting with Aperture 3. Source:  Apple Products Affected Aperture 3.x   Aperture 3 enables you to use tethered shooting, meaning images are captured directly into your computer from your camera. Not all cameras support tethered shooting, and those that do may need to be set…

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Shooting Tethered – Things to Consider

Nov 16, 2010

By Frank Doorhof of Studio FD Many people who know me will know that I’m a big advocate for shooting tethered in the studio and if possible also on location. Some people will say it’s a hassle to setup a notebook and shooting with a wire is so limiting, I have to agree with this…

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5 Reasons to Shoot Tethered

Sep 3, 2010 | 3 Comments

Here is a well written concise list on the benefits of tethered shooting 1. A Large LCD monitor is a much better viewing medium than the small screen on the back of the camera. A vertically oriented image viewed full screen on a 23″ Apple Cinema display is the equivalent of an instant 11×14″ print….

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Five Reasons to Shoot Tethered

May 27, 2010 | 4 Comments

1. A Large LCD monitor is a much better viewing medium than the small screen on the back of the camera. A vertically oriented image viewed full screen on a 23″ Apple Cinema display is the equivalent of an instant 11×14″ print. 2. Immediate feedback of focus, exposure and color. This is hard to see…

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Tethering 101: What is Tethered Photography?

Mar 30, 2010 | 4 Comments

Tethered photography is a useful shooting strategy which has been utilized by many advertising, fashion and product photographers for years.  In the past, used primarily for studio work and high end commercial photo shoots, the process was cumbersome and expensive. However, in recent years tethering technology has become more reliable, portable, less expensive and easier…

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