Gaming Photography – Uncharted 4

Time for another Gaming Photography Post. Recently I completed Uncharted 4 on PS4.

This was without a doubt the best conclusion I’ve seen for any franchise ever. If you’ve been playing the Uncharted series since the first one but haven’t played 4, you’re missing out. I can’t believe I waited this long to play it. It was narrative genius. Possibly the best work Naughty Dog has ever done. And yes I realize they made The Last of Us. I stand by my statement. The gameplay was of course great as it’s always been. And they even added a few new mechanics which I really liked. But the story was just top notch. It was everything I wanted in a Nathan Drake conclusion.

I took literally 1,856 photos while playing this game. For the first time I did use the photo mode and I used the shit out of the filters, effects, and frames. I couldn’t stop myself. It’s just such a beautiful game and the photo mode lets you create shots that you just otherwise couldn’t do.

So now I’d like to present my top 20 photos from Uncharted 4. I know I usually do just 10 but I just have too many to choose from to limit it to such a small number. I also post gaming photos on my Twitter and Instagram often.

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Please let me know what you think of my shots. Any feedback is appreciated because I would like to improve my gaming photography skills.

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