Streamlined Workflow on the Go: Pro Tether Kit + Capture One

Posted by: on Aug 07, 2013

Streamlined Workflow on the Go: Pro Tether Kit + Capture One
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Professional photographer Douglas Sonders is always on the go – shooting both in the studio and on location. He needs gear that can go with him and software that will give him the results he is looking for. The Tether Tools Pro Tether Kit + Capture One provides the perfect combination of gear to take on location for a streamlined workflow. Pair that with the functionality and features of Capture One Pro 7 and this is a winning combination for Douglas.

Pro Tether Kit + Capture One

Together, the Tether Tools photo workstation and Capture One Pro 7 provide an exceptional workflow configuration for photo capture, camera control, processing and output, whether the shoot is in the studio or on location.


What’s Included?

  • Capture One Pro7 Software
  • Tether Table Aero Traveler, Black
  • Aero ProPad for Traveler
  • SecureStrap 
  • Aero XDC Solo, Black
  • Cable Organization Case Standard
  • JerkStopper USB Computer Support
  • JerkStopper Camera Support & Aero Clip-On
  • StrapMoore
  • Photographer’s choice of TetherPro USB 2.0, USB 3.0 or FireWire Cable

Purchase the Pro Tethering Kit featuring Capture One Pro

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Connect with Doug

douglas-sonders-headshotDouglas Sonders  is a photographer and filmmaker born and raised in the Washington D.C. area. He graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2004 with an Advertising Photography degree. He specializes in on-location photoshoots anywhere around the world. He has a trusty Boxer named Winston Churchill and a deep love for anything with an engine.

Douglas co-founded 8112 Studios, a video production company that handles everything from pre-production to filming to all post-production.

Douglas has been named one of Washington D.C.’s most influential people under 40 by Washington Life Magazine, and named one of D.C.’s top 25 creatives of 2010. He has been profiled in Photo District News on several occasions for his lighting-style, body of work, and professionalism.

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