So how do virtual photoshoots work? We are happy to explain!
We connect our camera (Canon EOS R) to our laptop and we shoot using something called "tethering." Essentially, the laptop takes over the camera and all of the controls for adjusting the camera settings are shown on the screen. Then, we start a conferencing call with the photographer on the other end, using ZOOM. Once we are connected on the ZOOM call, we are able to share remote control of the computer with the photographer. This allows you to control the settings, make adjustments, and take photos with the camera. The photos are saved onto our laptop, and we use a file sharing service to send you the RAW files after the completion of the shoot. We have all new technology and high speed internet, to provide the smoothest shooting experience possible. We also always have an assistant on hand to answer questions and help make adjustments.