Tie Me Down
The business of tethered shooting is all the rage these days. People plug their cameras into their laptops, then turn on the special setting and start to shoot. The images flash onto the laptop and instead of getting confused looking at the little LCD screen on the back of the computer, the photographer gets confused looking at the big LCD screen on the computer.
At present the practice is generally confined to a studio or at worst an outdoor shoot with a a laptop huddling under a PC hood and a technician trying to manage files and swat flies at the same time. I'm sure it will only be a matter of time before someone puts the computer on a back pack and makes the photo assistant trot around tethered to the photographer by a leash. Come to think of it, you could balance the laptop on a schnauzer and get him to trot behind you. Just don't try to photograph cats.
Google on over to Tether Tools and see if you can't find something a little more sensible. We recently had one of their trays through the order department and I was impressed with the quality and workmanship. If tethered shooting intrigues you, Tether tools will help.