God of War is one of the best games in the PS4 catalog (and you can also now enjoy its improvements on PS5), and it was not for nothing that it was named as the GOTY of the year 2018. One of its novelties was the Photo mode, which allows us to take the best snapshots of Kratos and his adventures.
It is true that this mode has been available since its launch, but we are sure that you do not know all its secrets. Under this premise, the channel Mi-or-Image, whose owner is a professional photographer, it has been proposed to remove the best screenshots and take the best photos of God of War, analyzing all possible parameters.
The Serie Photo Mode Perspective focuses on taking the best photos of each video game, using techniques and tricks that are used in real life. The last episode explains how God of War Photo mode works on PS5 and PS4, its different options, functions and some tips to take the best snapshots of Kratos.
We have inserted the video of Mi-or-Image, so that you can know all the secrets. One of the great tips is how to distinguish (and at the same time understand) such as field of view and focal length They are two faces of the same coin.
”Typically if you are going to take a photo of someone, try to avoid wide angle lenses unless you are trying to capture a scene, unless you are trying to capture a background or something around the person. This is when you should probably use a wide angle lens. But if it is when taking a photo of someone, it is best to use something more like a portrait photo” explains this photographer.
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Another detail that explains My-or-Image is how the F-Stops work, something every time most common in video game screen capture modes, and also present in God of War. As in real life, these virtual modalities also have variants and different approaches. This is just one example of how well the PS4 and PS4 exclusive recreates photography.
Have you ever used the God of War Photo mode? If so, surely you are interested in seeing this compilation of the best snapshots that have been captured in the Santa Monica game … hopefully its sequel, God of War Ragnarok, also has a Photo mode.