Prim Perfect Jigsaw: The Bridge to GOHA

The Bridge to Chamonix City
The Bridge to Chamonix City

I found myself taking a look at Chamonix City, the six sims supplied to the Global Online Hockey Association (GOHA) as part of a post I am currently planning. While there, I wanted to take a picture. MMy computer is a very good one, with a pretty good graphics card, but oit struggles with fancy settings, and I usually crash if I try tweaking the draw distance, and certainly if I add anything fancy like shadows.

So I thought I’d experiment with the new Firestorm Photo Tools. And, low and behold, it let me whack up the draw distance and play with shadows, depth of field and windlight to my heart’s content. Whether it was a fluke of whether Firestorm can deliover better graphics through its own tools, only time wil;l tell.

For today, enjoy the jigsaw!

Click to Mix and Solve
The Bridge to Chamonix City


Catch up with your Prim Perfect jigsaws (showing images of Second Life and other virtual worlds).

If you’d like to submit a photo of your own to feature as a jigsaw, send it to the Prim Perfect Flickr Group. It should be sized 800w x 600h, or else it will need to be re-sized.

One comment

  1. I love the new firestorm photo tools. Judith tried to get me interested in the depth of field work that was added to Kirsten’s viewer a long time back. I found it slow and cumbersome, as much to do with my dislike of viewer 2 at a time when Phoenix was still ascending. I summarily dismissed the tools and went on my merry way.

    Seeing those features added and improved in the latest firestorm with as many tweaks and features as you could wish for alongside some pretty decent performance is great.

    I am also taking more photos now, not quite on a par with Wildstar for volume but nonetheless a lot more for me. Why? Simply because I can send directly to flickr no messing around.

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