Many of us would love to take similar screenshots, and try as we might we simply can't work around the limitations of traditional game capture - views and camera angles can't be changed, enemies continue to attack, and you can only capture a generic shot with the HUD visible.
It’s not my native language, and I’m still learning (but I really don’t mind if someone want to correct me :)Really important thing when it comes to taking high quality screenshots.
Below I’m posting my RIG setting as a reference point.
Simply put, Ansel enables you to make and capture your own unique and personally-framed screenshots via an easy-to-use user interface, on NVIDIA Ge Force GTX graphics cards.
Within Ansel there are numerous functions, features and modes, detailed below, that help you take amazing screenshots.
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Start your game photography career by activating Ansel, at which time the game will be paused, and a freecam enabled, allowing you to compose your scene and take unlimited high-quality shots until you achieve that perfect image.
In other words, you can escape the confines of a game’s first or third person camera and take a screenshot from any angle, until you have the perfect shot.
Featured Stories, Ge Force GTX 1080, Pascal, NVIDIA Ansel Game photography is undeniably a new art form - screenshots can be posed and framed, and those with a great eye will select the best scenes and most beautiful vistas, just as a real world photographer would.
The very best screenshots from famous game photographers like Duncan Harris, James Pollock, Leonardo Sang and Joshua Taylor are shown in exhibitions, printed and framed, and admired by millions of gamers online.
Our goal is an evolutionary leap forward driven by our compulsive interest in science fiction, role-playing, military realism, and respect for first person immersion.