Real-time Tethered Shooting with the Toshiba FlashAir WiFi SDHC Card

I’ve been shooting tethered in my studio sessions for a couple of years now and love having the ability to see the images almost immediately as they’re shot. Whether for portraits or figure shoots, having the ability to visually communicate and direct changes is a huge asset, saving time and assuring that the final images meet our expectations. But now, I’m faced with having to re-think how I’m going to do things…

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III Tethering Workaround for Capture One

Phase One logoWhile Phase One yesterday released Capture One version 6.4 and with it, much anticipated RAW support for new camera models including the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Nikon’s D800, Canon reportedly is not expected to release the SDK for the EOS 5D MkIII until mid-May, 2012, and until that time full tethered support for the camera in Capture One will not be available.

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New nVidia drivers and Capture One 6.1

After 3 months, nVidia has finally released a new WHQL-certified driver for its GeForce GPUs. Version 270.61 supports GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, 100, 200, 300, 400, and 500-series desktop GPUs as well as ION desktop GPUs. Running a GTX570, my first impression of this new driver is that it significantly improves performance of certain aspects of Capture One 6.1 – particularly image preview generation. Previously – using driver set 266.58 – preview generation was just slow enough to be annoying, if not a hindrance to my workflow.

The local adjustment feature is now quite responsive, as is the new keystone correction feature. Overall, the more I use it, the more I like the latest iteration of Capture One. With the promise of improved performance over time through driver updates and software service releases, the experience should only get better.

You can download the latest drivers from nVidia by using this widget or by visiting the nVidia website here. For release notes for the 270 series of drivers, click here.

If you have a chance to try this driver with Capture One or Photoshop CS5, I’d love to get your opinion. Feel free to comment.