Never, ever make the mistake of talking to a photographer who has been around since the dark room ages where you had to put those weird canisters of film rolled up plastic inside a camera body and actually put some effort into checking the lighting conditions of your environment around you. Because they’ll have plenty of words regarding the whole digital revolution. About how anyone can rock up with a DSLR and refer to themselves as a pro photographer because they did a two-hour course on how to adjust levels in Adobe Photoshop.
Personally, I delight in their misery and routinely poke them about how cameras are essentially dead thanks to the rise of smartphones. Man, it should not be scientifically possible for a camera shop desk jockey to froth so much at the mouth. Anyway, the point of all this is that these days any photo can be made to look even better thanks to filters.
In the right hands, filters add a touch of class. In the wrong hands, filters create hipsters, which is why I’m still asking parliament to consider nuking Cape Town once and for all. Or turning Table Mountain into an inescapable prison at least for the scum. Filters can be found everywhere, from Instagram to Twitter. Just about anything with a visual side has them. And now, so does Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
Yessir, you’ll be able to play through the entire Uncharted 4 game with a filter of your choice plastered all over the screen. Here’s a gallery of them via AllGamesDelta, as well as a list that I’ve just made up of the Uncharted 4 filters:[Gallery removed at Sony Computer Entertainment of Europe’s request]
- Jennifer Lopez’s The Cel-shaded
- Uncharted Windows 4.1 Edition
- The Disney Rises
- Doctor Who budget episode
- Capetonian Chroma
- Fame-ly Matters
- Gray’s Anatomy Scale
- Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude where’s my car
- Nathan Dora the Explorer
Pretty cool, right? Uncharted 4: A thief’s End is finally out on May 10 on Pee Ess Fawr this year.
Last Updated: May 3, 2016