First Tutorial | Adafruit PiTFT - 2.8" Touchscreen Display for Raspberry Pi
Second Tutorial | DIY WiFi Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Camera
You will need to enable Standalone Mode during the camera installation to make the camera software will load automatically at boot.
I have also set one of the Tactile Switches to work as a Power Button, the instructions for this are in the Extras section of the First Tutorial.
The screen will be white for a few moments until the framebuffer is initialised and the TFT is enabled.
It is possible to disable the red LED on the camera board. To do this you will need to edit config.txt in the /boot/ folder on the Raspberry Pi SD Card. You can do this from a Windows PC with an SD Card reader. The /boot/ folder is readable in a Windows environment.
Simply add the following line to the end of the config.txt file.