pulled through the fourth wall


#85

I hear you can get out there if you use a game genie.


#86

that’s where the linking book back to Myst is


#87

#88

more like Don’t Hold On to Your Lunch


#89

today i got followed on tumblr by a blog called “discover cappadocia”, which is apparently a promotional blog for tourism in some area of turkey i’ve never heard of before. anyway, cappadocia is gametic as fuck:










#90

It’s like Panzer Dragoon Saga but with air balloons instead.


#91

omgf that kitty

I want to live in that last house


#92

Cappadocia featured prominently in Assassin’s Creed: Revelations


#93

#94

low-poly fetishism


#95

another cappadocia pic that i’m posting mainly because this place is called SWORD VALLEY


#96

The Witness puzzles are closing in on me pls send help


#97

my world was ruined when someone who actually uses a camera more than once a year told me that pics like these are heavily photoshopped, i don’t know what’s real anymore and the world seems a little less cool


#98

Digital photography kinda needs retouching.

“Photoshopped” doesn’t necessarily mean manipulated. Professional digital cameras capture a lot of raw image data, color information etc that typically results in a rather flat, bland color palette. Color correction via software in postproduction is a necessary step to bring out the mood the photograper intended for the image.

Other times they’re fake/manipulated, yeah, but I’m guessing it heavily depends on what the image is going to be used for


#99

That picture in particular looks like an HDR/manipulated exposure; the stars are of a near-equal brightness to the ground, which isn’t how I experience the world. It’s a style which has started to give me connotations of ‘fake’ that aren’t pleasant, but I’m really reacting because it’s over-popular right now. Photography is stylized from eyeballs no matter what.


#100

i was traveling and showed this picture to some friends
one of them said that it’s directly from The Witness and holy jesus


#101

Wait, did you think you could see the Milky Way’s banding like this with your own eyes or a normally snapped photo? You have to at the very least be using a powerful lens and a long exposure/infinity focus process to get these results. You’ll never see this sort of sky anywhere in the world just looking up


#102


#103

just needs some waist-high covers sprinkled throughout


#104

If anything it made me think of that dead-end right next to the Depths’ entrance