Taking a picture within a horrific landscape sounds strange, but you can certainly do that with the Resident Evil 4 photo mode. There’s an impressive suite of tools available for any budding photographer within Resident Evil 4. Here’s how to activate it in the game.
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How to utilize the Resident Evil 4 photo mode
When the original Resident Evil 4 was released on GameCube, you never would have thought a photo mode would be necessary. However, with the age of social media, players want to share their gaming experience now more than ever.
To activate the photo mode, pause the game first. Once in you’re in the menu, press square (X on Xbox). This will boot up the photo screen. To switch to different tabs, press the shoulder buttons on your controller.
To take away the HUD, so you can take a clean picture, press the Options menu on your PS5 or Xbox controller. Then, you can capture the image using the Share button.
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There are all sorts of options available to you to get the best picture possible. As for the basics, you can move and rotate the camera or adjust the height of the shot. The first tab “Camera” lets you alter the area of view (zoom in or zoom out the image) or rotate the picture sideways.
Focus has a wide array of settings with Focusing Distance, Depth of Field, and multiple ranges of Blur options. Effects 1 is revolved around the lighting of the shot. You can alter the brightness and bloom for a clearer shot and make the photo have a dramatic presence with a darker vignette or contrast.
Furthermore, Effects 2 has different filters like Black & White, Lens Distortion, and Chromatic Aberration. There are also different frames and the option to add the game’s logo in the next tab. Lastly, you can change what is displayed on the screen, with the Main Character, Enemy, NPC, Fauna, and Grid. The Resident Evil 4 photo mode should give you plenty of options when it comes to taking pictures for your social media following, just like Pokemon Scarlet & Violet.