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queen-casserole  asked:

Tweek, what is the cutest thing that Craig does all the time that he finds totally embarrassing?

TWEEK: haha, well. he talks to his guinea pig sometimes and- i don’t know!

TWEEK: it’s like?? sometimes he keeps a conversation going with Stripe just like that OR he just says a bunch of sweet things to him and it’s.. really cute to watch?

TWEEK: ah- sorry if that sounded weird. but yeah!

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It’s the perfect day for some mayhem >:D

Makeup test success! Crazy Aussie is slowly coming together, and I couldn’t be more pleased with him so far. Still have a ton to do and things to tweak, but hey I’m on fire!

Your Fault: Anti Prt 2

I seem to have lost the ability to write short chapters for this. Not that any of you are complaining…..right?

I was a lot happier with this one since I was able to show case Dark and Anti’s inner dark traits a lot easier. Hope you all enjoy! And sorry for any typos. Also at times Anti and Dark will have their words “Like this” because I wanted to emphasize the fact that they’re voices are going darker and more twisted like how we know them to be from the videos.

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maxofs2d  asked:

as a 3D animator I love your procedural camera motion, I love it when games try to get rid of the "camera on rails" feeling in first person. I feel like some of it could feel a little snappier, a little faster, a little less floaty, more towards the exponential end of the curve, but overall I think it's awesome. Keep up the great work, can't wait to play your game <3

Oh thanks for the insight! You’re definitely on to something. I’m always tweaking the camera variables but “snappy” is a good keyword to be thinking about, I’ll see what I can do

'I'm the real fucking deal'

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Sometimes mercenary, sometimes escort; Lorren has tried to find videos with other warframes. Failing to, he decides to make his own.

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Tags: Volt (Warframe), Mawframe, Non-canon Biology, Non-Human Genitalia, Combi-genitalia, masturbation, Recording, dildos


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“No way, it’s not my heat! That’s not for at least a week and I haven’t had the usual symptoms. This is just–Edd turned the heat up! That’s fucking–”

The shop door opening cuts Tom off and he hurriedly closes his magazine and straightens up behind the counter, trying to look at least somewhat professional. Manning the front counter isn’t really his thing.

He certainly does not expect the person who walks into the shop.

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See description on You Tube page to see how to tweak the camera. 

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djsonic94  asked:

Do you think Playtonic or the IP Yooka-Laylee could still redeem themselves despite the mixed reception of Yooka-Laylee? I know you haven't played the game just curious to hear your thoughts based on your knowledge of the gaming industry.

I feel like reaction to Yooka-Laylee was mixed enough that Playtonic still has a chance for redemption. It’s not like Mighty No. 9 where you had this violent “WHAT IS THIS GARBAGE” reaction. There are a number of people out there who claim to have enjoyed YL a great deal. Playtonic can definitely bounce back from YL’s shortcomings.

It sounds like the major overhaul patch really helped, too. It made the camera smarter, and tweaked tons and tons of things people had problems with (including that log boss GiantBomb was stumped by). I wouldn’t mind giving it a shot one day, once it’s discounted enough. I played through all of Banjo-Kazooie a couple months ago (full 100% completion and all) so I feel like I’d be in a pretty good position to discern what’s up with Yooka-Laylee.

But yeah, no, Playtonic will be… ok. Maybe. I mean, probably. I guess I don’t know what their financial situation is like, but I think as far as the quality of their first and currently only game goes, it seems like they’d probably be fine.

Tesla Model S software upgrade introduces Autopilot

Owners of Tesla’s Model S sedan are introduced to the automaker’s Version 7 software upgrade, which was pushed out to U.S. owners overnight. One major feature in this upgrade is Autopilot, the company’s suite of semi-autonomous tech that teams software tweaks with cameras, radar, ultrasonic sensors. The result is a Model S that is capable of taking over some of the driving duties from its human users.

“We tried to make (Autopilot) work like it’s a really good chauffeur, not too conservative, not too aggressive,” Tesla founder Elon Musk said during a press conference at the company’s headquarters. “Long term, it’ll be way better than a person. It never gets tired, never has something to drink, never argues with someone in the car.”

Musk noted that drivers should exercise caution in the initial months of the rollout. “We’re advising drivers to keep their hands on the wheel at this early stage,” he said, pointing out that the car’s dash alerts drivers when they need to take the wheel. “We describe (the software) as still being in beta.”

lushatrocity  asked:

What if Raven and Clarke ran an agency that investigated cheating spouses? And Bellamy, being the over-protective nerd that he is, hires them to check out Lincoln?


“Found us a new client,” Raven announced while Clarke ladled coffee grounds into the filter.  “Dude from my gym.  I think he was trying to hit on me but once he found out I’m a PI he changed his mind and decided to hire us instead.”

Clarke snorted derisively.  “Kind of hypocritical for him to hit on other women at the gym and then spy on his wife.”  That was Reyes & Griffin’s bread and butter after all: cheating spouses.  Sometimes they’d pick up a bail jumper or work a burglary case the police were too busy to solve, but mostly they took photos of cheating husbands and wives.  (Fitting, considering they met because they were both with the same man.)

“Oh, he’s single.  He wants us to check out his sister’s boyfriend.”  Raven crossed her arms and leaned her hip against the counter.

“He hurting her?”

“Doesn’t sound like it.  He just doesn’t trust the guy.  He’ll be here at ten.”

Clarke pressed start on the coffee maker and nodded.  “I’ll handle intake,” she told her partner, and Raven headed into the back room.  

Raven handled the tech for their two man operation, building listening devices and tweaking Clarke’s cameras, while Clarke generally took the photos and talked to incoming clients.  She was better at those sorts of things than Raven, anyway.  (Those sorts of things meaning people, really).

Clarke hardly even looked up when Raven let their new client into her office, but when she did she almost swallowed her tongue.  “Clarke,” she said briskly, and then glared daggers at Raven.  You could have mentioned the handsomeness, she telegraphed.  Raven grinned and waggled her eyebrows as she left.

“Bellamy,” he replied and took a seat across from her desk.  “Raven said you can help me.”

“We can.  You’re worried about your sister’s boyfriend?”

“Yeah.  You’re going to think I’m crazy, but Octavia is all I have, and this guy is…old.”

“If he’s old, maybe he’s the one that needs to watch out for your sister,” Clarke teased gently.

Bellamy ducked his head shyly. “He’s not that old.  My age, maybe a little older.  But I’m thirty, and O’s six years younger than me, so…”

“…so she’s twenty four, not fourteen,” Clarke pointed out.  Talking him out of hiring them probably wasn’t a great move professionally, but Clarke also wasn’t about to get involved in family drama that might get the cops called on them.  And helping a grown man spy on his fully grown sister–even if she was younger than him–didn’t seem like a great plan.  “Raven said you’re not worried that he’s hurting her, right?”

“Right.  He seems decent enough, but I just can’t get over the age difference and feel like…I feel like something’s off.  Or maybe I’m crazy,” he sighed, rumpling his messy brown hair.  “Can’t you just, like, run a background check or something?”

Clarke smiled at him and he smiled back, causing her to lose her train of thought for a second.  “We can offer you a basic package–background check and a week of light surveillance.  If there’s anything that bothers you in that, we can always move forward with more in-depth research.”

“She’ll kill me if she ever finds out.”

“We’re discreet, I promise.  If you want the basic package I can have the results to you in seven days.”

Bellamy nodded, and Clarke pulled out a notepad to take down her subject’s information.

(As Clarke suspected, the boyfriend checked out.  And as Raven suspected, Bellamy called a week later to ask Clarke out.)

“The living carry us inside them like pearls. We survive only so long as they remember us.” 
― Kevin BrockmeierThe Brief History of the Dead

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above is a jpeg produced “in camera” with a few tweaks for exposure, highlights and shadows, in LR5. i am finding the olympus omd em5 gives a superior rendition that might have taken hours to reproduce in lightroom with the raw file. this is a high iso image with no post noise reduction.

 olympus omd em5 | leica summilux dg 25 f1.4 lens | iso1000 |  f11 | 1/1250 sec exp | handheld | no filter | full frame photography-no crop

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