Tethering and Capture One

Digital Imaging

The second year of Photography started off the same as my first Digital Imaging class last semester, leaving me stressed and lost. Luckily, with the help of my instructor and my great classmates, I got caught back up. Digital Imaging is definitely one of my weaker classes. I love photography and everything about taking photos, but before starting this degree, I never touched any of the software part of it. I enjoy everything I learn, some things may just take me a little longer. With that being said, once I started getting the hang of Capture One and how tethering works, I really was having fun with it. Tethering lets you connect your camera straight to a computer or laptop. This way one can view a much bigger image of what you are shooting, make ISO, aperture, shutter speed and other setting changes, plus take the photo all from your computer.


Here is a behind the scenes look of what it looks like shot with my phone while Doug prepares to take a photo for his lab assignment.


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