Renderosity Neighborhood News [05-14-07]
May 14, 2007 1:41 am
Image used with permission from ysvry
Renderosity's Neighborhood News is your weekly guide to current happenings around the site. Stop in each week to see what you may be missing!
~Did You Know?~
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The Front Page News Team is dedicated to bringing you fresh content each and every week. We hope you enjoy the work we do, and hope that you keep coming back to check out the front page. If you enjoy it, please let us know. Your comments are always appreciated!
We are always looking for contributing writers. We could use more content in the form of movie reviews, games/gaming, commentary, tutorials, and stories from the field. If you would like to contribute in any way, please contact Nick.
~Around the Forums~
New VisMasters Store Launched in
Conjunction with IMAGINiT Technologies
~Forum Gallery Picks~
From the Poser
Forum:Staff Picks First Week of May 2007
From the Photography
From the Fractal
Be sure to check out some of the current running contests/challenges!
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~Tips of the Week~
Neutral Density Filters:
If you are shooting in bright light and want to restrict the depth of field, use a neutral density filter in front of the lens to reduce the light entering the lens. These are available in different densities, 2x, 4x, 8x etc. each one cutting the light in half, quarter, eighth etc. In extreme circumstances you can screw a couple of them together. Although they are 'neutral density' filters and should not effect the colour balance, if you use two or more together you might need a little colour correction at the printing stage.
This week's tip is courtesy of nattarious. Be sure to check out his Photoshop tutorials:
Professional SELECTIVE COLORING Tip To All Rosity
*If you have some tips or tricks you would like to share in future editions of the Neighborhood News, please contact Nick.
~Freestuff Picks of the Week~
Be sure to check out the vast selection in the Renderosity Freestuff section!
If you have any news flashes, forum happenings, or links that should be included in future editions of the "Neighborhood News", please send me an e-mail and I'll get ya covered.