Can you please share that link with us, where you read "Lightroom Mobile could tether"
It wasn't a link, as I posted, I attended a Scott Kelby workshop and I'm sure he said Lightroom Mobile could tether with the camera.
One can not tether from Lightroom mobile on an android device or Ipad but you can tether to lightroom mobile.
Check these links for details -
- How To Shoot Tethered to Lightroom Mobile
- How to Shoot Tethered to an iPad via Lightroom Mobile - YouTube
You must have misheard him - this isn't possible.
Thanks, I had marked the first link to follow-up but hadn't had a chance to read the entire article. As I see now Scott is tethered to his laptop which is syncing to his iPad but that part wasn't made clear at the workshop. He made it sound like he was going straight to Lightroom Mobile on the tablet. I don't see the sense in dragging both on location, unless you have staff like Scott . My First Studio Shoot Using Lightroom Mobile - Scott Kelby's Photoshop Insider This seems like a lot of extra set-up, especially for being in the studio.
I have the HP Pavilion 2x running Win and my CC account so I guess I will be using that. It was more expensive than the tablet and I just didn't want to take it on location. Perhaps Adobe will figure it out in the next release.
Thanks everyone for the in-put.
Since this thread is rather old...., is it meanwhile possible to shoot directly into LR mobile from a wireless connected DSLR with an Eye-Fi Mobi Pro card?
To be more precise: I don´t need to control the camera from LR mobile. I just want the pictures, which I have shot with my DSLR, to automatically show up in LR mobile.
So I need something like a "watched folder".
And all this without a workaround with the LR desktop software.