I'm trying to use Lightroom to tether my Nikon D5300 which works to a limited degree.
I want to use Lightroom as a photobooth of sorts. For thsi to work I need some way to automate it.
One thought would be to be able to use the timelapse feature of the camera - that doesn't work once it's tethered.
Another thought was to hand a wireless remote to the folks and have them trigger their own photos - remote does not seem to work when the camera is tethered.
Anyone out there using a Nikon camera tethered to lightroom for this kind of thing?
Is there a way to script lightroom so the tethering app will take a photo every so often?
I would love to hear your experiences.
Well though Lightroom we will not be able to do a wireless tethered. But there are third party devices which can enable you to do so.
One of them is Camranger. Again this is not tested or recommended by Adobe.
You can do your research on it
here is the link How to wirelessly tether your camera to Lightroom - Von Wong Blog