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My Lightroom Tethering Rig From Top To Bottom

It’s Friday, and we’re wrapping up what pretty much turned out to be “Tethering Week.” On Wednesday I did a tutorial on how to set up tethering from scratch for folks who are new to tethering, and seeing as I get lots of questions about the tethering rig I use, I thought I’d share a […] The post My Lightroom Tethering Rig From Top To Bottom appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
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