Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Great Second Life Destinations: Cape Florida Lighthouse and State Park - Variations in Silverplate Photography

Cape Florida Lighthouse and State Park is a highly realistic virtualization of the nearly 200 year old lighthouse in Miamis Bill Bagg's State Park, which is located on the south side of famous Key Biscayne. The Second Life destination really struck men as one of the most true to scale and realistic, and frankly most relaxing depictions of the native Florida  Coast --- the parts that are a bit away from such crowded and trendy areas such as Key West, or South Beach. but still well tended and very picturesque.

A  photography contest is starting in June 2018 for best depictions of the sim. You can find information about the contest at the above arrival area.

To visit this highly recommended destination:

Photographic Information:

The silverplate photography effect was achieved using Google's free Nik Collection Silver Efex Pro software which you can can find out more about in an article I ran in Eddi Haskell's blog:

You can see the original images from which these silverplate images are derived at Eddi Haskell's blog here:


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Cape Florida has a Flickr Group:


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