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Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode' started by ECGadget, Nov 29, 2013.
What shade of green is that skyline!?
Ferrari 458 Italia
Nissan GT-R GT500 Base Model
I love this one. So simple, minimalist. Really makes it beautiful.
At the start line. by proby458 (Paul), on Flickr
Twin Ring Motegi Road Course_5 by Ivan Acosta, on Flickr
Generic title by Ivan Acosta, on Flickr
Was taking out my top speed Pagani for a run and when editing the footage it looked really cool with the darkness and the blue. I tried to replicate the effect on the images and they came out even cooler. If you are wondering the car is a dark blue with gold rims and matching gold spoiler. It looks pretty crazy driving around.
pagani huayra 2 by shmogt, on Flickr
pagani huayra by shmogt, on Flickr
b26 rotary <3
12792901425_d499c0a4c9_c by korn GT, on Flickr
This one got super popular quick on Flickr, figured I'd share it with all of you too.
Ferrari F40 '92 edit 1 by shmogt, on Flickr
An older photo. I re-edited it and tried to make it a bit more interesting with the coloration. Enjoy, or don't.
Goodwood Hillclimb_15 by korn GT, on Flickr
Here is a video that really shows what we would like to see in GT7.
I certainly hope someone at PD watches this too!
Urban lights. by proby458 (Paul), on Flickr
I think the GT series needs to focus a bit more on just driving for the fun of it, rather than racing all of the time.
Open your mind! by proby458 (Paul), on Flickr
An edit of the original photo by (Got to find the name have it somewhere on my computer, apologies) One of the first edits I'm actually happy with.
Also since when were photos uploaded to GTPlanet limited to 800x450? I remember they were still 1920x1080?
I remember them being bigger. maybe it's to help reduce the loading times for those on mobiles when pages were flooded with large pics.
GTP did an update a few months ago that made any photo bigger than 800x450 downgrade to that, like what with Facebook does when people upload photos. This severely reduces sharpness and brings out many more artifacts. So, now you either have to have a flickr account or use something like imgur to link your photos, which will retain their quality.
If you link a photo above 800x450, the normal preview will be that size, but you will be given an option to click on the photo to show its original size.
For example: An original, straight from GT6 3840x2160 photo uploaded through imgur and shared here. (Sorry for load time. But this is necessary. I'm doing science. Sacrifices must be made. )
Untitled by Лев Ермишкин, on Flickr