Hamish in Bristol, UK says:
I’ve been shooting video with another photographer on site recently and noticed him using an iPad to monitor his shots via Bluetooth or Wifi or something. There was no physical connection. It also looked like he had some programme running that could add basic LR-style post-production automatically as each photo came in, making for excellent monitoring.
I would be interested to know how people approach on-location monitoring of stills.
One way to do what you describe is by using CamRanger and Lightroom Mobile together as follows:
Of course, you can also do a similar tethered shooting by running Lightroom on a laptop and connect the laptop to the DSLR with a tethering cable. This approach will save you $299 because you don't need the CamRanger but it won't be wireless.
What is your favorite way to shoot tethered?