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Designing Worlds Episode 260 - Second Life Photography Part I


  
Designing Worlds Episode 260 - Second Life Photography Part I
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Uploaded: 2015-02-02 13:15:13

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    In this, the first of two programmes, we're talking about the art of Second Life photography – the tools, the techniques and the art – with some of the best photographers, landscape and portraiture, in Second Life. ...
    In this, the first of two programmes, we're talking about the art of Second Life photography – the tools, the techniques and the art – with some of the best photographers, landscape and portraiture, in Second Life.

    In this first programme, we focus on the techniques involved in capturing a great photograph in Second Life. Then the second programme, Episode 262 – in two weeks' time – will focus on processing the original image for the best results.

    In both programmes, we'll be talking to noted SL photographers Strawberry Singh, Honour McMillan and Wildstar Beaumont.
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