Tips on Shooting Tethered with Aperture

Tips on Shooting Tethered with Aperture

May 29, 2010

Aperture 2 or later offers the option to shoot tethered, meaning that images are captured directly to your computer. Not all cameras support tethered shooting, and those that do may need to be set up in different ways in order to enable this functionality. Consult with your camera’s documentation for specifics on settings. Different cameras…

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Five Reasons to Shoot Tethered

May 27, 2010 | 7 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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