Streamlined Tethered Shooting
Lightroom 2 let you connect a DSLR camera to your computer, but the "tethered shooting" feature was cumbersome and limited. In Lightroom 3, the process has been greatly streamlined. Those changes now make tethering a genuinely useful option for studio shooters. That's especially important for fashion and food photographers, who need a computer monitor to check immediately for details and color accuracy that are simply invisible on a camera's tiny screen. Supported cameras include most current Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, with Adobe expected to expand the list regularly.