It’s been one those days where your patience are tested beyond belief. I’m trying to do something very involved. I have a Nikon D750. It’s my work camera. The one I use for all of my professional photography. I’m trying to use it as a webcam for live-streaming, specifically for a Zoom meeting with an Australian photography magazine this Thursday evening. It’s so frustrating to know something is possible, but there are unknown getting in my way of doing it. In the end, I think I got it working now.
I decided to play Magic: The Gaterhing Arena. Just a few games to blow off some steam from two days of toiling with electronics, drivers and codecs, but I still ended up getting royally land fucked and beaten. To capture these gaming streams are pretty straight forward, so I’m going to harass @tarotbyfergus to sign on for more @threespeak specific gaming within our blockchain ecosystem. It’ll be therapeutic for us as well. We haven’t played a game with actual cards in weeks.
Ultimately, I’m glad I’m dealing with all this now. The point of finishing this studio room was to do exactly what I’m doing. Painting, decorating, hanging frames and pictures. It was all part using this quarantine to further my creative pursuits. I bought a very expensive tripod that’ll be here soon, and I can start focusing on livestreams of drawings, photo editing lessons, photography workshops. I’m looking forward to it. I just need to get past all this dumb technical shit. Stay with me.