SL Photography: Putting your feet firmly on the ground

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 the laws of gravity at all times. In SL, your feet don’t so much touch the ground as they meet the ground. In fact, due to the variety of foot shapers – the little, red shoe icons in your wardrobe – most of the time, you’re walking around a little above the ground.

Strike a pose for a photo, and you’ll almost always be a floating bit off the ground. Add some shadows to your photo and it will be more apparent you’re hovering. No photographer wants that.

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November Issue of Windlight Magazine is Now Available!

The November 2015 issue of Windlight Magazine is now available! This issue features Draxtor Despres of The Drax Files. Firestorm Viewer Project Manager Jessica Lyon is also highlighted and will provide insights on the photographic and artistic features of Firestorm.
Kara Trapdoor has a treat for all of you AM Radio fans! She managed to snag a rare interview with this very talented artist. Vee Tammas is back with a great look at Museum Island. Articles are also on the Windlight Art Gallery’s Artist in Residence, Wicca Merlin and the 2015 Art in Hats Coordinator, Emma Portilo. Two new contributors also make their debut in this issue! Dawnbeam Dreamscape will debut her new roleplay series and artist Ilyra Chardin combines art work and water for some awesome artistic inspirations!

Very special thank you to Chloe Seljan for her cover photo. To read this month’s issue, simply click the cover below:

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November Issue of Windlight Magazine Preview!

The November 2015 issue of Windlight Magazine will be published on November 1! This issue will feature Draxtor Despres of The Drax Files. Firestorm Viewer Project Manager Jessica Lyon is also highlighted and will provide insights on the photographic and artistic features of Firestorm.

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