The majority of photographers simply take their pictures, pop out the memory card, and import their images into their computer. If you are working in a studio, however, tethering can be a real improvement to your workflow, and this great video tutorial will show you why and help you troubleshoot common tethering issues in Lightroom and Capture One.
Coming to you from John Gress, this excellent video tutorial will show you the benefits of shooting tethered. Shooting tethered is something that really only works when you are working in a studio or in one location for a significant amount of time (both with power and protection from the elements), but if that is how you shoot, it can be tremendously beneficial. Not only does it save you the tedium of shuffling images from a memory card and waiting for them to render, it lets you view your progress in real-time, even with certain edits applied, and all with the benefit of a much larger and more accurate screen than the one on the back of your camera, making it especially useful if you are working with a larger creative team. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Gress.