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Snap Saturday: Mountain Hymn

Snap Saturday: Mountain Hymn

Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead. One thing that is a big landmark in the horizon of Red Dead Redemption 2 are its mountains. Many times majestic, tall and varied, other times smaller and more modest, the game has impressive mountain ranges that

Snap Saturday: Red Dead Elysium

Snap Saturday: Red Dead Elysium

Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead. In Greek mythology, the Elysium or Elysian Fields are a concept of the afterlife, a place the gods sent people, more specifically those who lived a righteous and heroic life to – after conferring them as immortal.

Snap Saturday: Temperance

Snap Saturday: Temperance

Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead. Temperance – a state of equilibrium and balance, moderation, non-indulgence and self-restraint, and the desire to achieve inner peace. If you’re into it, it also is one of the Tarot’s Major Arcana which promotes the same virtue.

Snap Saturday: Shine A Light

Snap Saturday: Shine A Light

Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead. Lighting in Red Dead Redemption 2 is still considered one of the best in modern gaming. The Sun shining through tree leaves, on mountains and cliffs, on people’s bodies; the Moon illuminating and providing detail to the

Snap Saturday: Disciplines of Art

Snap Saturday: Disciplines of Art

Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead. Over the past week, the Game Developers Conference (GDC) has taken place, and it has prompted some social media movements (such as #WhatAGameDevLooksLike) to highlight the humans behind the games, those who help create the worlds, characters