Red Dead Redemption 2 Photo Mode
Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC will get a brand-new Photo Mode that will give players a wide range of tools to capture that perfect moment while adventuring through the story and beyond.
Photo Mode will be only available while in Story Mode and features everything from an Orbit Camera to Focus Distance to Blur Strength. The full list of features below:
- Orbit – Allows the player to move the camera with the focus specifically on the main character
- Free cam – The player can also fully detach the camera from the main character, so can move it freely (limited to a short distance away from the player character) around the environment
- Other Camera options – Camera manipulation options includes Zoom, Roll, and different lens apertures to choose from
- Focus Distance – Determines where the camera view focuses, allowing for the focus to be pulled in very close to blur distant objects, or pushed out to focus on far away objects
- Blur Strength – Determines how blurry objects outside the Focus Distance are
- Exposure – Artificially raise or lower the exposure, brightening or darkening the scene
- Exposure Lock – Lock the exposure to its current level ‐ useful for adjusting the camera angle without changing the lighting conditions
- Contrast – Adjust the brightness (between light and dark elements of the image
- Filter/ Filter Intensity – Apply a wide range of filters and gels from the traditional period authentic photographic processes such as Tintype and Daguerreotype as well as more modern in game filters and effects with options to adjust the intensity (more or less transparent)
Post Photo Effects
- Once a photo is saved to a player’s Social Club gallery, the player can apply effects to photos taken from both Photo Mode, and the in‐game camera, such as various types of sticker images and preset text/words, as well as the option to add custom text in various fonts
Photo Mode is just one of the many new features coming to the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 on November 5, including 4K resolution, HDR, multi-monitor support, widescreen support, and faster framerates.
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Brand New Screenshots of Red Dead Redemption 2 PC