Virtual Tourism : New-Mexico, Black Mesa

Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life 1
Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life 1
Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life 1
Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life 1
Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life 1
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Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life
Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life
Virtual Tourism New-Mexico Black Mesa - Videogame Photography Half-Life DETAILS

1998 : Half-Life. First shock. I discovered a new video-game style, inspired by an immersive scenario and HD 3D graphics. The willingness of take screenshots was immediate. I took a little bit of everything : place, objects, interactions, scripted sequences. A basic shooting method, a brutal rendering, but the big picture of Virtual Tourism was born : I found a simple method to keep memory of my virtual experiences.

Walking, contemplation and screenshots in Half-Life. Game design by Sierra, Electronic Arts – Valve Corporation (designer). Screenshots by François Soulignac, November 1998 – September 1999.


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