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After spending hours customizing your character, you'll surely want to get the perfect snap of them. Here's a guide on how to use Cyberpunk 2077's Photo Mode!

How to Use Photo Mode

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You can work around the Photo Mode in many ways, as there are 5 main tabs for editing and lots of slides to adjust and many options to choose from.

Camera

In the Camera tab, you have the option to adjust the following:

Mode Description
Camera Type This determines what type of camera your photo will seem to be taken by.
Preset You can either choose a preset from the game or use Customization to adjust everything.
Field of View This determines the extent of the scene the camera will take a photo of.
Rotate Adjustable by value and determines how rotated the entire photo looks.

Depth of Field

In Depth of Field, you can determine how in focus or out of focus you character will appear by adjusting the following:

Mode Description
Enabled You can toggle this on/off.
Auto Focus You can toggle this on/off.
Aperture Higher aperture puts everything in focus. Lower aperture puts focus on your character.

Pose

You can choose the way your character will appear on the photo by customizing these things:

Mode Description
Category This sets the overall theme or feel of the photo.
Pose This determines which pose your character will be in.
Muzzle Flash This is the visible light that comes from a gun blast. You can toggle this on/off.
Expression You have the option to put on an Angry face, or Sad face, or Sumg face, lots of faces!
Rotate This determines how angled your character will appear.
Left/Right This determines how much to the left or right your character will be positioned in.
Close/Far This determines how close or far from the camera your character will appear.
Character Visible You can toggle this on/off if you want your character to show or not.

Effect

Customizing Effects can shake things up and put some spice into your photo.

Mode Description
Exposure This determines the amount of light that reaches the camera.
Contrast This determines the ration between colour tones in the photo.
Highlights This determines which area of the photo will be brightest.
Vignette You can use to illuminate an image center.
Chromatic Aberration A distortion that makes the photo look out of focus.
Grain This determines the granularity of the photo.
Effect You can toggle this on/off if you want these customizations to take effect.

Stickers

Some add-ons to your photo for final touches!

Mode Description
Sticker 1 -
Sticker 2 -
Sticker 3 -
Sticker 4 -
Sticker 5 -
Frame -
Background You can choose a different backdrop for the photo if you prefer.

NOTE: These are based on pre-release game information. Some information may change once the game is released.

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