If you've been curious about how The Last of Us Remastered's so-called "Photo Mode" works, Naughty Dog's Jeff Negus walks you through it in the above video. It appears to be off by default, but can be enabled through the game's pause menu.
Once enabled, clicking L3 (the left analog stick) freezes the action, allowing you to compose your shot, accounting for things like camera (roll, dolly, orbit, etc.), field of view for "focusing on the little details on a character," color filter, frame and vignette for that perfect Instagram vibe. Our favorite? The film grain, granting The Last of Us that '70s cinema vibe it demands. From there, it's a quick click on the Dual Shock 4's "Share" button and it's available for everyone to see.
At the end of the video, Negus teases an upcoming photo contest. Wondering what sorts of shots you can make? We've grabbed some of the stills from the video for your perusal below.