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On 6/20/2020 at 3:38 AM, BeautifulXu said:

do you have a hat on or is it a halo?

*crackle from needle on vinyl* "Heaven must be missing an angel" blasts from the speakers.

It's a hat

*needle skids across record*

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This is my current avatar. She's an Usagi Child ^.^  

i was wondering around a SIM one day, and some dude private messaged me tellin' me he loved my look... he was very polite and kind, asked me to stop running and turn my AO off for him, so i did... the

I find it very entertaining to switch my looks according to my mood. I woke up one day and decided to change my shape into a more petite and "model" look.   Before (with Genesis Lab bento head):

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Isn't it great when you can almost put together a whole look with gifts from an event? Sure, the head, body and body skin have been bought, but the skin for the mesh head, clothing, accessories and hair are all free. There's no such thing as a free dinner! No, but it appears to be a good time for anniversary gifts.

Access 2nd Birthday gifts 3

 

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1 hour ago, Gobilly said:

*crackle from needle on vinyl* "Heaven must be missing an angel" blasts from the speakers.

It's a hat

*needle skids across record*

1976 Tavares. Oh such good memories. I'm going to a school disco tonight. A virtual one. Not in SL though - and I am sure that track will be playing.   :) 

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Some very basic level tips for those who are interested in photography.

1) If you found an animation (not a static pose) you can slow it down in order to take photo by using Debug Menu > SlowMotionAnimation.

2) Best photos are of course taken in Ultra Setting. It's hard for some computers but if you try it on an empty sim / skybox / sandbox without many objects and avatars spamming your area you will discover that the majority of most desktops/laptops can actually handle it even those build back in 2010. So for quality photos avoid crowded areas.

3) Open Phototools > Cam and use View angle to make your avatar look more solid and 3Dimensional. (if objects exist in the area move as afar as you can from them so camera zoom wont make them look enormous. Select D next to it to return View angle to default setting.)

4) Again on Phototools > WL > Edit Sky Preset. Play a bit with sun Position and Est Ang.

Most of the time you won't even need to work it in photoshop/gimp etc. (Maybe 1 or 2 extra filters/cropping.)

Have fun photo shooting.Screenshot_2020-06-26_21-02-14.thumb.png.41716ccbd593eb20173724ffb666e766.png

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4 hours ago, Nick0678 said:

Some very basic level tips for those who are interested in photography.

1) If you found an animation (not a static pose) you can slow it down in order to take photo by using Debug Menu > SlowMotionAnimation.

2) Best photos are of course taken in Ultra Setting. It's hard for some computers but if you try it on an empty sim / skybox / sandbox without many objects and avatars spamming your area you will discover that the majority of most desktops/laptops can actually handle it even those build back in 2010. So for quality photos avoid crowded areas.

3) Open Phototools > Cam and use View angle to make your avatar look more solid and 3Dimensional. (if objects exist in the area move as afar as you can from them so camera zoom wont make them look enormous. Select D next to it to return View angle to default setting.)

4) Again on Phototools > WL > Edit Sky Preset. Play a bit with sun Position and Est Ang.

Most of the time you won't even need to work it in photoshop/gimp etc. (Maybe 1 or 2 extra filters/cropping.)

Have fun photo shooting.Screenshot_2020-06-26_21-02-14.thumb.png.41716ccbd593eb20173724ffb666e766.png

oh awesome, thank you for the advice , because I use my AO poses for pics . 

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