Taiwanese bento for dinner
Going through some of Spring season's anime offerings. It's very short episodes 13 minutes (less if you minus the op and ed).
It has a lot of story telling short comings which is somewhat prevalent in Chinese anime I've seen. Mainly very quick introductions and relationships built between the protagonist(s). The story doesn't leave a vested interest with the audience for the protagonists within an episode or two.
On the other hand I do understand it's a very tall order to get a story across in such a short episode. I don't believe it's the director's fault since it may follow the comic to a T (someone correct me if I'm mistaken on this) or perhaps there are restrictions on the story that can be adjusted, which is possible since IP is at play here.
Given so little development, this may fall off my list for future episodes to watch.
"Based on the Chinese web comic Yín Zhī Shǒu Mù Rén.
Sui Gin may be poor, but he is one of the best online video game players. This identity however, is unknown to all except for RikuLei, Sui Gin's classmate. She delivers a mysterious mobile device to Sui Gin but before being able to explain herself, RikuLei is kidnapped and Sui Gin unwittingly finds himself wrapped up in series of problematic circumstances. Searching for a way to save her, he accidentally activates the device allowing him to dive into a new Virtual game-world.
Started watching Little Witch Academia, a fun little series in the art style of Gurren Lagann
Great little write up of aperture, ISO, and shutter speed. But even better is TLDR exposure triangle diagram with the visual end effect.
Making sense of aperture, shutter speed and ISO with the exposure triangle – DIY Photography
How important is exposure in photography? What are the components of exposure? What is the “Exposure Triangle”? These are the questions I will attempt to answer in this introductory post about ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed – the components of achieving a properly exposed photo. Understanding the purpose and value of exposure is a must …
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