Thursday, December 3, 2009

First Post!

Welcome to the Second Life Freeze Frame Blog!

I have been working on this idea for quite some time and it finally came together.

The goal of this blog is to have a place where Second Life residence can share their pictures, and the tools and techniques they use to create those pictures.

So please share what you have learned!  And hopefully someone will post something that will help you learn how to improve or give you new ideas for your photography!,

Here is the information that will be posted with each submission to this blog:

Title of picture -

Photographer's Name (inworld name required, email or additional methods of contact optional)

Models Name (if any)

Pose used (name of pose, and store/creator of the pose) -

Location used (general, but SLURL would be nice if possible)
Example:  Location - My Home or My sim at SURL or Sim Name (SLURL)

Windlight settings used (name of predefined settings, time of day, or details of custom windlight settings)

Second Life Graphics Settings ( Low, Med, High, ultra, custom etc) or send a screen shot of your graphics tab

Inworld photo tools used (photostudio, filtercam, etc)

Details of inworld tools (settings used, textures used, etc)

Outworld tools used (Photoshop,, etc)

Processes used in outworld tools (source of textures, brushes, other items used, etc)

Comments & Additional info

Please email all submissions to

Also, email with any quesitions, or IM me inworld!

I hope you enjoy this site!


Harper Ganesvoort said...

Just letting you know I added you to my blogroll at Around the Grid with Harper. I may be sending you some work in the future. Thanks much!

Aldwyn Zanzibar said...

Thank you for the link, and the comment, and for future work...:)

- Aldwyn

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Second Life Freeze Frame blog is not responsible for unauthorized use of posted pictures. All pictures will be reviewed before posting to verify that proper information has been provided. Please notify Aldwyn Zanzibar either via email ( or inworld if you feel a photo that has been posted is not authorized to be posted.