Realistic In-game Screenshots Can Confuse You

Written by Chad

July 14, 2011

 

More and more people are now into photography, some wanted to try a new hobby, other want to appreciate the beauty of it, but the bottomline in here is that you’ll be needing a hefty amount of money to feed on your new hobby.

But there are always alternatives, but this time, it’s in a different approach.

Brazilian artist Leonardo Sang started a project called Virtual Reality Photography where he will be using “video games as platforms for everyday photography“.

The objective of his project is to show that video games have the complexity and visual capacity to create a photographic ambient and at the same time, to show that photography can be applied in many ways.

For his project, he used screenshots from Grand Theft Auto 4, you can check out the comparison from the original shots.

 

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