Shooting Tethered

The setup for the Miss Haversham's Tulip photo you can see below. My phone 'saw' much more light than there was  in reality, I often shoot in a twilight with low ISO because I love how the light is drawn to the objects I photograph even if I can't see it myself. 

The setup for the Miss Haversham's Tulip photo you can see below. My phone 'saw' much more light than there was  in reality, I often shoot in a twilight with low ISO because I love how the light is drawn to the objects I photograph even if I can't see it myself. 

I have been forced to shoot tethered since the LCD screen on my camera stopped to work in November and since I mostly shoot still lifes it works very well, there are many advantages of doing it, one of them is ending up with far less photos as I'm more careful of the composition and don't need to redo it. At this point I'm not even sure I would stop using it in the case I ever get the camera repaired; until today I always had the intention on doing it but then I started thinking about why I would have to do it and decided to let it wait. I really enjoy taking photo walks with my camera now and then (well to be honest I haven't really been doing any for quite some time because I felt the need to start looking at the world around me without the camera between me and it) and until today I thought that I would have to do that with my old one but then I realized that using it without the screen is just like it was when I used my old analogue Yashica. I'm looking forward to shoot with that kind of uncertainty again, for good and for bad.