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Thu Oct 27, 2016 4:24 pm

You have a great eye for composition Nautilus. Do you do a lot of photography?
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Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:40 pm

Thanks Boolean. :) It really helps when you have such an interesting and good looking world to run around in, like Ghost has. I don't really do any photography (besides a few random pics here and there), but i have run a game screenshot blog for the last 6 years (http://www.digifront.net if you're interested) and sometimes do freelance screenshot work for developers.

And i know it's a bit early, but Happy Halloween from Tilo the Pumpkin King!

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Tue Nov 01, 2016 11:40 am

Nautilus wrote:Thanks Boolean. :) It really helps when you have such an interesting and good looking world to run around in, like Ghost has. I don't really do any photography (besides a few random pics here and there), but i have run a game screenshot blog for the last 6 years (http://www.digifront.net if you're interested) and sometimes do freelance screenshot work for developers.
Freelance screenshot work? Sounds like a fun form of work.

Thanks for the link. As someone who really likes to look at environment design in games, these types of screenshots are always a treat.
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Thu Nov 03, 2016 2:50 am

It really can be. Less so though, when you get a really boring/bad game that's visually not very interesting. Plus, when doing it as a hobby, you can take any kind of screenshot you want, but when a developer wants specific things, it can really narrow down how much creativity you can put in a shot (which is the funnest part). Still, it's awesome to be able to do it on any level, whether it's just for fun or for more serious stuff. The biggest highlight for me is having the total freedom to fully explore the game worlds. And glad you like the other screenshots. :)

Btw Seith, if you ever read this, they just released the Nvidia Ansel plugin for Unity. *wink wink* :D

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