- <span "text-align:="" left;="" display:="" inline;="" font-vrpVRP stands for "Virtual Reality Photography". This is a personal project that uses video games as platforms for everyday photography. VRP's objective is to show how photography concepts can be applied in video games. Video games today have full visual capacity and complexity to create a proper photographic ambient. All the pictures created are composed just like "real world" photography. Basic composing, alignment, lines, geometry and etc... sometimes just a curious snapshot. I'm not here to create a "visually realistic" picture, but simply trying to bring photography through a different way.The whole idea was inspired by Robert Overweg.
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- Think about a videogame trailer or a cutscene. It also has to be planned, composed and directed by photography. It's the same idea that goes through saying "It's not the camera, but it's the photographer".
- Just as I do in my "photography style", I do not try to create an "impressive image" or a "stunning visual". I usually try to be minimal or find a "moody" scenario. Open World or Sandbox games usually allows me to do that, interesting images might appear at complete random.