barefoot wrote:Atomic Kitten wrote:barefoot wrote:Talk us through your reasoning for not doing what normal people do...
Normal people do not photograph catalogues.
Please try again
Ah, so that could be part of a reasoning for not doing what normal people do?
As far as I'm aware, most proper product photographers working in proper studios use the shutter button (or a remote trigger), rather than working tethered all the time.
If Blybo is really doing such hardcore studio work that using the camera controls to operate the camera isn't an option, then perhaps he should be looking for a hardcore studio camera like this:
Might cost a bit more than a mid-spec Canon and Macbook though.
Atomic Kitten wrote:barefoot wrote:As far as I'm aware, most proper product photographers working in proper studios use the shutter button (or a remote trigger), rather than working tethered all the time.
Ah. So you don't know people who shoot tethered, so Blybo shouldn't either?
Most proper product photographers shoot how they want to, using equipment they choose to use - why not help Blybo do the same?
barefoot wrote:which is a problem that can't really be solved by buying lots of expensive new kit.
barefoot wrote:PiledHigher wrote:Don't you blaspheme, everything can be solved by buying expensive new kit...
... and giving it to me.
Oooh, bright shiny expensive new kit. Mmmmmmm.
blybo wrote:I'm no budding photographer but find the remote shooting very handy as I can easily manipulate camera setting to get the effect I'm after and can see the results on screen. This to me is way easier than changing settings on the camera itself and hoping the result is right.
blybo wrote: I've bought the new camera, a Canon 7D
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