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Shutter speed, frame rate, and film-making

One of the first things that you learn as a photographer is about exposure, and how adjusting your shutter speed will have an impact on your images. A slower shutter speed lets in more light, but it’s also less good at ‘freezing’ action. When making videos, shutter speed as the same impact on exposure, but […]

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Bioshock – Thoughts On The Storyline

Many of the plaudits for Bioshock included praise for its involving storyline, in-depth narrative and rich background. But when you read what Ken Levine (the eminence gris behind the Bioshock concepts) has to say about the game story you start to realise some interesting home truths about game narratives. Levine said that the Bioshock story […]

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First Person Shooters: An Addict Speaks

Well, of course, since I`m workin’ like a DOG on book 2 of the Humanity’s Fire trilogy (The Orphaned Worlds) it is completely and utterly and utterly completely verboten for me to be playing any computer games which, for me, means FPS or First Person Shooters. Which is why I’m writing this post as a kind […]

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