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Minecraft Photography Thread! - GameGlitcher666 - 16-11-2016

Post screenshots you take in Minecraft as if they were photographs! I'd love to see how everyone would do it! Also perhaps the person with my favourite photo will win a special prize!

Tips:
F1 for no HUD or usernames please.
Try different angles when taking screenshots!
Feel free to edit in a photo editor, they don't need to be raw!
Crop if you want or can.
Minecraft Selfies are also okay!
You can put your images on imgur and put link in your post!

Examples:
You could photograph anything!
- Builds
- Selfies
- Other players
- Scenes
Think of it like a Machinima

Basic Rules:
1. Must be in Minecraft
2. Must be your photo

Shaders are cool too! Use those to your advantage.
And even if you do not have optifine, you can make your pictures look nice!



RE: Minecraft Photography Thread! - Marcus - 17-11-2016

[Image: zpwDQER.png]
Here's an old relic built in 2013


RE: Minecraft Photography Thread! - GameGlitcher666 - 17-11-2016

(17-11-2016, 02:15 PM)Rated Wrote: [Image: zpwDQER.png]
Here's an old relic built in 2013
It's great because I can't see the image on my school's computers. lol


RE: Minecraft Photography Thread! - GameGlitcher666 - 29-12-2016

Photo by Yoctoflop, who doesn't have an account.
[Image: 2016-12-28_21.35.16.png]


RE: Minecraft Photography Thread! - Buchon - 01-10-2017

Nice photo GameGlitcher. Beautifully captured sunset.


RE: Minecraft Photography Thread! - Martello - 28-02-2018

(17-11-2016, 03:07 PM)GameGlitcher666 Wrote:
(17-11-2016, 02:15 PM)Rated Wrote: [Image: zpwDQER.png]
Here's an old relic built in 2013
It's great because I can't see the image on my school's computers. lol

Amazing image, GameGlitcher. It immediately made me think of the lake scene at the end of the Fellowship of the Ring. The one with giant statues of kings, or who ever they were.