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 settings. Sorry if it was a lot.
So far I’ve been deep in the weeds of SL photography; this week I’ll take a breather with a little tip. I’ll try to post more of these useful photography tips in the future as a balance to the in-depth stuff.
Fix your broken ankles
Do your ankles look broken when you sit or lie down? I believe this is a “bug” brought about by the different foot positions – flat, mid, high – mesh feet allow.The old system feet only had one position.
Did you know you can get medical attention for those broken ankles?
Some shoe makers include an ankle lock that corrects this problem. But you don’t have to go out of your way to buy a special fix or pay a lot of money for it. The ever-helpful Strawberry Singh has an almost free ankle lock in her market place store. You can get it here.
It’s only 1 Linden and well worth it. Just add the ankle lock and you’ll never suffer from painful, broken ankles, again.
Put the ankle fix on and wear it all the time. Never take a photo with broken ankles, again.