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Amy Hennig and Mark Cerny discuss the misconceptions around what creative directors actually do. ...
It's easy to overwhelm players with too much choice. In this classic post, game user researcher Bob Tilford discusses the literature of excess choice and how it relates to game design! ...
CD Projekt Red quest designer Patrick Mills explains the underlying ideas informing the development of Cyberpunk 2077's open-world quests. ...
"There are people [today] saying that a game won't work if it's not a free-to-play battle royale. People really are saying that, and not even tongue-in-cheek. I don't buy that." ...
Photographer Robert Hall sent us his latest video, because he's found some interesting things about the way the live view and EVF on recent Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras respond when you attach a flash or flash trigger to the hot shoe. And, usefully, he's also found a workaround.Like many mirrorless cameras, the Sonys offer a choice of whether the preview display reflects your settings (to h
For thousands of years, any knife blade worth its salt has been forged from metal or steel, but Canadian design house Maison Milan has other ideas. It has crafted a wooden knife to carry out preparation duties in style, and can then be used to scoop up your chopped goods when you're done... Continue Reading Elegant timber knife wouldn't cut it in the kitchen, wood it? Category: Around The
Wildlife and nature photographer Morten Hilmer often gets asked what the best lens is for wildlife photography. It makes sense to say something like a 600mm f/4 lens, right? After all, it's the go-to lens for many professional photographers. However, others opt for the lighter 500mm f/4 and many more still opt for a more affordable and versatile telephoto zoom lens, such as a 150-600mm lens.
"It should seep in by osmosis, minimize the amount you take the player away from the gameplay," says game designer Brian Reynolds in a PCGamer feature about how devs write good flavor text in games. ...
Pardon our dust. Content marketing is under reconstruction right now, and frankly, it has been for years. Even when content marketing was a newer tactic online, there were naysayers. Now the naysayers point to the loads of crappy content and say, “You think that works?” But there has always been junk. Currently, it’s just easier Read More...The post One Factor that Caused the Current Content Mark
In January, Hasselblad announced the H6D-400C, which can capture 400-megapixel images using its new Multi-Shot technology. Jaron Schneider wrote here on Imaging Resource about the camera and about cameras with such high-megapixel counts in general, asking "Why the hell do we need 400 megapixels?" It's a good question and in most cases, 400 megapixels, or even 100 and probably 50 too, are over


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