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This Week in Assassin's Creed Virtual Photography: November 30th - December 6th

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9/12/20                               By Gustav Poulsen                             Edited by Ashlea Buckley


A New Day Dawns For England


Kicking off December’s first recap list, is a stunning landscape shot by Instagram user @quake_vp.


From a bird’s view, it brilliantly captures but a fraction of the English lowlands and surrounding rivers, as the sun disappears from the horizon and clouds form.


Topping it off, is a majestic white eagle soaring above the landscape.


Welcome back to another weekly virtual photography showcase, hosted by Gustav Poulsen from The AC Partnership Program.


Each week, five Assassin's Creed shots will be hosted here on TOWCB website in order to promote virtual photography and community contributions.

Gustav is a seasoned pro when it comes to virtual photography, and has a keen eye for special shots.

Look out for more Photo Logs over the coming weeks, some of which will include Assassin's Creed Valhalla!


About the Author

Gustav is an active community member, and the host of The Memory Corridor Podcast.

Last year, he joined The AC Partnership Program, a community initiative coordinated by TOWCB that seeks to provide content creators with opportunities that benefits the overall community.

Gustav is also an expert when it comes to Assassin's Creed Virtual Photography. You can find more of his work here in the Community HUB.


And that sums it up for this week’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla virtual photography recap list!


Don’t forget to check out next week’s list when that rolls around, and be sure to send your best captures to us or this article’s writer @Gargudon directly via Instagram for a chance to be featured on it!

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Beautiful Jötunheim 


Featured for the second week in a row, is the immensely talented AC photographer @ana.kandrose.


This shot once again finds Eïvor in one of the mythical worlds of Norse mythology, but here he is seen looking out over Jötunheim and the root of Yggdrasil.


For a world inhabited by the giants, a people considered enemies of Asgard, its landscapes are extremely photogenic, clear and beautiful are they not?

Lighting Strike


Coming in at slot four is a cinematic capture by Twitter / Instagram user @XxPAGZxX.


This capture has a bit of everything and is simply awesome! Cramming in everything from Eïvor flying in mid-air about to deal a strike, magnificent Northern lighting in the blue sky above him, and majestic mountain filled landscape in the background!


Once again, colour grading has really been paid attention to, as focus and saturation emphazise is on the natural landscapes, and Eïvor is completely shadowed out. 

Sunset Simplicity 


Taking spot number three on the list, is a magnificent golden hour capture, by Instagram user @virtual.adventurer.


Not too much to say about this one, other than it’s stunningly looking and perfectly color graded. The corners have really been paid attention to as they’re perfectly shadowed out, just as much as the photographer has paid attention to putting the centred sunset in focus.


It’s bright, has a beautiful blood red nuance as it illuminates a stripe of the ocean and the surrounding sky. Additionally, the sunset gives this picture a sort of Apocalypse Now vibe…

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This week’s final capture is by Twitter user @NoviKaiba23.


A very simple, but unique capture nonetheless, this one is of a cairn rock construction built by Eïvor. This picture literally sheds some light on the marvelous construction, as the sun’s beautiful light rays illuminate it; It’s like nature itself is praising Eïvor for creating this unique structure, and they patience that followed…


Finally, the depth of field has been nicely paid attention to, as all focus is on the cairn in the front, while the blue sky and other rock formations fade into the  background.

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