I don’t mind that and I actually find it quite refreshing. You go to an art gallery and pictures come portrait, landscape, square round and in all different sizes. It’s just that screenshots, by and large, have their orientation and aspect ratio dictated by the screens they were taken on. You could probably get quite arty with the arrangement and presentation of the shots, but most people I think, just treat it like photography in that sense.
One thing I have noticed about taking shots in VR, is that if you’re not stood square on facing forward and are instead turning to view what you are taking a shot of, then they end up being slightly tilted, as you might expect. You have to try and treat your body like a fixed tripod if you want a nice level shot. It takes a bit of effort and discipline. So I don’t bother.
A Combine heavy. Tough buggers!
The hotel porter. He won’t be getting a tip.
Try doing that with a mouse and keyboard! Yeah, ha ha and lording it over you and stuff…
Obviously a student flat.
Honestly, they live like animals!
A bit of damp and mildew, but it’ll still rent for £1500 a month in London.
Oh yes! Come to daddy!
Come out! Come out! I know you’re down here.