Some tiled screenshots of Borderlands 2

I never really go out of my way to afford myself better ways to capture in-game images, like manually editing games to remove HUDs and fiddle with color correction, but I still find that I take as many screens as I can when I can. If a game supports screenshots, or any way to remove it's HUD I have a folder in my dropbox full of screens from that game. Since Borderlands is built on Unreal it uses a lot of 'kind to screenshots' console commands like 'togglehud off/on' and 'tiledshot'.

The following images just use 'tiledshot 6 516'.

If I feel lucky tonight I'll take more images, try for some 'action' shots with all the crazy physx crap going on or something. :)

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Posted by DJJoeJoe

I never really go out of my way to afford myself better ways to capture in-game images, like manually editing games to remove HUDs and fiddle with color correction, but I still find that I take as many screens as I can when I can. If a game supports screenshots, or any way to remove it's HUD I have a folder in my dropbox full of screens from that game. Since Borderlands is built on Unreal it uses a lot of 'kind to screenshots' console commands like 'togglehud off/on' and 'tiledshot'.

The following images just use 'tiledshot 6 516'.

If I feel lucky tonight I'll take more images, try for some 'action' shots with all the crazy physx crap going on or something. :)

Posted by DJJoeJoe
Posted by Tennmuerti
Posted by DJJoeJoe

I can't think of anything to say that isn't sarcastic or rude.

I'm aware of the forums, and of that specific thread in them, this is a blog post that I made consciously of that thread. For whatever reason I felt I wanted to use the blog rather than toss the images in the thread, probably because I feel these are my own thing and they should be more heavily tied to my profile than lost in the feed of my forum posts (the feed seems to not have a history, whereas a blog post can live on neatly in the users blog section forever).

Posted by Gamer_152

@DJJoeJoe said:

I'm aware of the forums, and of that specific thread in them, this is a blog post that I made consciously of that thread. For whatever reason I felt I wanted to use the blog rather than toss the images in the thread, probably because I feel these are my own thing and they should be more heavily tied to my profile than lost in the feed of my forum posts (the feed seems to not have a history, whereas a blog post can live on neatly in the users blog section forever).

Whether this is part of your blog or not, this is a forum thread and must comply to the forum rules. This is a duplicate thread and is being locked.

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