I'm trying out tethering for... not quite the first time, but the first time I'm taking it relatively seriously, and I'm noticing something that was not quite to my expectations:
When I shoot in the tethering mode that's built into Aperture 3 (currently at 3.1.1) with my Canon 30D (Firmware version 1.0.6), the images are capturing (either when triggered from the camera, or from the computer) just fine, and being transferred just fine to the computer, but they're not being stored to the card.
Is there some way I can get them to also be stored to the card? I have some workflow around importing from the card that I'd like to still be able to use after a tethered shooting session... but I can't do it if it's not on the card.
Now, granted, the images are on my computer... it's just that they're stored with different image numbers, and other little things that maybe don't "really matter", but they matter to the particular way I do my workflow (lots of automation around things, very customized).
Is this possible? What settings can I change, either on the camera or in Aperture?
Or perhaps there's an alternate piece of software that I can use (Canon's native software? I haven't tried running it in forever, would it run in MacOS 10.6.6?) to do the tethered shooting, even if that means taking Aperture out of the picture until the later import?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!