I agree. Can you clarify where it came from? I'm assuming it was also someone's edit.
This is directly from the video, there's a lot more green in the grass:
It looks horrible because saturation in this monitor is incorrect.
That picture isn't edited, at least on my pc that visual looks same to me, though i disagree on the oversaturation, i've seen redish sunsets, and high grass with light coloring can get that kind of look.
The monitor which the screenshot was taken from, not yours.
Those are overblown candlelight obviously, same picture can look like thisYes, it's called candlelight.
Now I suggest everyone moves in the appropriate thread or I'll have to start... pruning.
Hollywood did not invented but has created and started that trend 20 years ago which is also called "cinema dark ages"...I didn't know hollywood invented colour theory and contrasting colours. You can either live with it or not play it instead of becoming the person who gets to define what the Witcher universe 'should' look like.
Moderator: Do not accuse other members of misrepresenting their arguments or yours.Why? So no sunlight allowed in Witcher universe?
I am aware of it and how such colour grading came to be but attributing that to "hollywood drama" as an argument is not really helping, it's simple colour theory, contrasting colours look appealing. Some of course go overboard with it.
Only grass that is already reddish can look similar to this, but not like this. Here in this case details of the grass are lost.
This should be avoided in games.
These screenshots are mine, both. I have downloaded video and taken screens. It's the same screen, but the first one is edited like i said. And that was for facepalm!
Well, you know, a sunlight as the beginning of a beautiful day has vibrant colours... So, where did you see those colors not allowed in Witcher universe in the last video?Where did I say that? You quoted me and I can't see that I said that not even in the quotes.
P.S- .gifs are for the kids nhf