Using DSLR Remote for iOS Devices(Posted: 2011-07-17)
It's been a while since I've had the time to post a new blog entry, so today I want to take the time to explain how to use another convenient tethered shooting technique.
For the following photo, I used my Canon EOS 40D tethered to my laptop running the DSLR Remote software available from onOne Software. The software wirelessly connects to any iOS device (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) and hence lets you use your iOS device to trigger your camera, all you need is this app that goes with it.
The great thing about this is, that it lets you remotely adjust your camera's settings such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO levels, etc. And it just works! At the same time, you can even get a preview of what your camera is seeing on the screen of your iOS device.
More about light setups for photos like this one in my next blog entry!
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