My friends asked me to shoot some photos for them for their engagement website and I've come to learn that they will also be engagement photos. I agreed because they only because they also asked to do it at my stable with my horses.. (I know you are all shaking your heads).
Here are my devices options MacBook Pro Sierra 10.12.3 or iPad 10.2 and a Microsoft Surface Pro 3. Adobe CC on my devices
Cameras: Nikon d700 and a Nikon d70. Unsure of firmware versions.. I've never updated them.
Problem 1. Vision is shot. I shoot photos and they seem fine until I upload and realize they are blurry.
Problem to my potential solution: I don't know that heck I'm doing.. I want to wirelessly view the photos as I'm shooting as if it were tethered (which I also don't know how to do).
Million $ Question. Does Adobe CC have something comparable to the app Camera Control Pro 2? I am hoping to just download something and not need additional wires or gadgets.
All this is happening tomorrow..and Ive just entered panic mode!
Lightroom 6 or Lightroom CC would have tethered support for your D700. But tonight isn't the time to be trying to learn how to do all that if you've got such an important shoot tomorrow. I suspect that you have not used Lightroom from what you have written. Are you sure you are up to such an aggressive assignment at this point?
Oh Jim, I am not! I haven't used my cameras in years! They are very friends so I really want to shoot something nice for them but I made it clear that this is a crap shoot. My problem is that my vision is wonky and it looks fine in camera. Do you have any suggestions on how to compensate in the viewfinder? Or should I dumb it down and go auto?
Please don't double post.
I am locking this thread.
Refer to your other thread/post.