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Virtual Reality Photography

VRP stands for “Virtual Reality Photography”. This is a personal project of Leonardo Sang, that uses video games as platforms for everyday photography. VRP’s objective is to show how video games have a full visual capacity and complexity to create a proper photographic ambient and also show how photography can be applied in many ways. All the pictures created are composed just like “real world” photography. Basic colour composing, alignment, lines, geometry and etc… sometimes just curious snapshot. It’s not necessarily a “visually realistic” picture.


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