Nice work Gipper.You will like the Camranger combined with wireless usb. It will let you put your camera backed right up against the wallsgiving you significantly more composition options.
Thanks, Fred. I'm actually more interested in the Camranger as a time-saver when I'm staging the scene. Hoping it will save alot of trips back to the camera when I'm making small tweaks to furniture and such. Assistants are never in my budgets, so I'm hoping this will gain some efficiency.
Do you shoot tethered? If so try Capture Pilot fro C1 Pro.
That won't give him what he is looking for. He want's to move around the room and make adjustments to furniture and props havinglive view on a tablet wirelessly connected to the camera without using another wifi network or having to set up a PC or MAC thatis hard wired to the camera.
Antonio -- nice, and I'm jealous! I've been wanting to shoot furniture FOREVER. May have stumbled into an opportunity recently, working on a creative proposal this weekend.I like the last one especially - but the first one seems a little flat, to me.
Hello,In keep with the furniture theme.CheersSimon
Antonio,I'm surprised to feel this, but all your chairs seem alive to me. I'm not sure I'm crazy about the chairs themselves, but the way you lit and photographed them makes them seem like characters in relationship to each other. Well done!!!Best,Mitchell