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SL Photography: Putting your feet firmly on the ground

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Contributor, Myra Wildmist is back with another SL Photography tip! This time she offer tips on how to keep your avatar’s feet on the ground when taking photos: In Second Life, your feet don’t always touch the ground. One of the more quirky features of SL is everything, including you, can pretty much ignore … Continue reading SL Photography: Putting your feet firmly on the ground

Visit https://windlightmagazine.com/2016/05/25/sl-photography-putting-your-feet-firmly-on-the-ground/ for original news posting.

SL Photography: Derender and clear the clutter

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Contributor Myra Wildmist is back with another photography tip! This time she discusses the importance of derendering objects: Second Life is full of junk: Pose balls are scattered about sims; dance balls hang overhead; signs block sight lines, detracting from the landscape; and platforms, skyboxes, and prims are everywhere, often just hanging in the … Continue reading SL Photography: Derender and clear the clutter

Visit https://windlightmagazine.com/2016/05/05/sl-photography-derender-and-clear-the-clutter/ for original news posting.

SL Photography: Shallow and deep DoF

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Contributor Myra Wildmist is back with another tutorial, this time on shallow and deep depth of field: I promised a few articles on depth of field. Since it’s such a valuable tool for photography in general – whether in real life or Second Life – I’m likely to have several articles on the topic. … Continue reading SL Photography: Shallow and deep DoF

Visit https://windlightmagazine.com/2016/05/02/sl-photography-shallow-and-deep-dof/ for original news posting.

Last Day to Register for the FREE Basic Photography Course!

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Artist Fellow & NCI Instructor, Kaijah Chrome will hold a beginners photography course on the Windlight Sim. This course will take place on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 5pm slt. Even those that have been doing photography in SL for awhile will benefit from this informative, in-depth class.  We all can learn new things! … Continue reading Last Day to Register for the FREE Basic Photography Course!

Visit https://windlightmagazine.com/2016/04/26/last-day-to-register-for-the-free-basic-photography-course/ for original news posting.

SL Photography: Depth of field- Part 1

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Contributor Myra Wildmist is back with a new tip, this time on Depth of Field: Two graphic settings will dramatically increase the realistic look of your Second Life photographs. One we’ve previously discussed in depth – ambient occlusion (AO), which adds realistic shading to your scene. The other is depth of field (DoF). I’m … Continue reading SL Photography: Depth of field- Part 1

Visit https://windlightmagazine.com/2016/04/18/sl-photography-depth-of-field-part-1/ for original news posting.

SL Photography: Ambient Occlusion settings

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

  Windlight Contributor, Myra Wildmist is back with tips on Ambient Occlusion settings: No one can know everything about Second Life photography and I certainly don’t. I’m writing these articles to give back and help others, of course, but they’re also a learning device for me, too. If I’m writing about something that’s a gray … Continue reading SL Photography: Ambient Occlusion settings

Visit https://windlightmagazine.com/2016/03/31/sl-photography-ambient-occlusion-settings/ for original news posting.

SL photography tip: Medical help for you broken ankles

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Contributor Myra Wildmist is back with a new photography tip, this time on how to fix broken ankles: Just like with real life photography, there’s a lot to learn with Second Life photography – so much it can feel a bit overwhelming. Last week’s post took a very detailed look at the Ambient Occlusion … Continue reading SL photography tip: Medical help for you broken ankles

Visit https://windlightmagazine.com/2016/04/08/sl-photography-tip-medical-help-for-you-broken-ankles/ for original news posting.

SL photography tip: Medical help for you broken ankles

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Contributor Myra Wildmist is back with a new photography tip, this time on how to fix broken ankles: Just like with real life photography, there’s a lot to learn with Second Life photography – so much it can feel a bit overwhelming. Last week’s post took a very detailed look at the Ambient Occlusion … Continue reading SL photography tip: Medical help for you broken ankles

Visit http://windlightmagazine.com/2016/04/08/sl-photography-tip-medical-help-for-you-broken-ankles/ for original news posting.

SL Photography: Ambient Occlusion settings

windlight featured – Windlight Magazine.

Windlight Contributor, Myra Wildmist is back with tips on Ambient Occlusion settings: No one can know everything about Second Life photography and I certainly don’t. I’m writing these articles to give back and help others, of course, but they’re also a learning device for me, too. If I’m writing about something that’s a gray area … Continue reading SL Photography: Ambient Occlusion settings

Visit http://windlightmagazine.com/2016/03/31/sl-photography-ambient-occlusion-settings/ for original news posting.

New Photography Dressers At Roots & Wings Clothing!

News from Roots & Wings Clothing.

FOUR brand new dressers are NOW available on the SECOND floor of Roots & Wings Clothing!  These dressers are decorated with photos I have taken in RL.  Each dresser is one prim each and they are Copy/Mod.  L$ 100 each!

Roots & Wings Clothing SLURL: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Castelo/82/234/2501

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Visit https://rootsandwingsclothing.wordpress.com/2016/01/24/new-photography-dressers-at-roots-wings-clothing/ for original news posting.

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