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Shooting tethered is a great workflow for creating images. It allows you to be more collaborative, more creative, minimize out of focus shots, see detail you simply can't on the back of your LCD, instantly add color grades with programs like Lightroom and Capture One Pro, and backup your data as you work. This 24 part series is a free introduction to shooting tethered and studio basics that will help you setup a workflow that suits your needs and your budget.
I spent several years working as a digital tech before launching RGG EDU and I know how intimidating shooting tethered can be. While it does add cost up front, it really allows you to get better photographs on-set and spend less time in post-production culling and filtering through your library of images from the shoot.
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Small Budget Setups (Video 2 of 24)
We created 5 videos dedicated towards gear options available for almost any tethering situation. From simple basics in studio, to complex on-location, and high-end studio setups. These sections will outline the gear you need to create an organized workflow. We highlight great gear from companies like Tether Tools and Inovativ.
Hard Drive Solutions (Video 9 of 24)
In this sections we wanted to explore different options for hard drives in every step of your workflow. Each drive serves a different purpose in digital capture, backup, and archive. Download the entire tutorial now.
Setting Up An Organized Workflow (13 of 24)
In this section Brad from Capture Integration joins us from Atlanta to explore an organized capture workflow. Brad may be one of the most knowledgable techs in the industry and is the lead problem solver at Capture Integration.
Clay Cook | Gear He Uses (Video 23 of 24)
In this section we travel to Kentucky to visit Clay Cook in his studio to explore his gear, his workflow, and his approach to shooting tethered.