First of all: does claiming some credits on someone else’s work make sense? If we think that gaming photography is 90% based on the art created by gaming artists and designers and 10% on the game photographer’s gusto for cuts and angles, watermarking my screenshots with ElectricBlueSkies’ logo might sound very arrogant. But the fact that indeed my screenshots are ‘not’ watermarked does not depend on this.
electricblueskies.com has a watermark-free policy because I think a watermark on my photos would be something alien, really not related to the beauty of a good quality screenshot alone, but at the same time there are some reasons concerning size, quality and uniqueness of my screenshots that make them a rare thing in the net, deserving some care.
That’s why all the stuff posted in this (no-profit) site is (also) ©electricblueskies.com (with the exception of the contributors’ stuff)
So If you will be so fair linking my website whenever you use/post my screenshots, I’ll be grateful and appreciate your effort to share my work within the community.
To all the Wikias contributors out there a special message: I’m happy and proud if my stuff is used for some Wikia. Really. Since the beginning my Shadow of The Colossus, Red Dead Redemption and FFX stuff was used to make wikias better and more informative. But I think that if my screenshots were choosed among thousands of others, is because they are of better quality and with better subjects, and I think I deserve a little acknowledgement for this. I have two little requests for you: 1) Please rename the files (as you like) so that googlesearchers can still find my pics as I named them (if you don’t rename them, my pics will be lost in google because wikias have of course more visitors than me and I will loose some of my causal visitors…) 2) Please link my website when you do it as this fellow man with the FFX wikia did (he also renamed the file, bravo!). Thanks for this… mutual exchange of favours.
Concerning games themselves, all the credits for every single game portrayed in this website can be found in the navigation bar links.
Project: Bresciani Emanuele
Emanuele “Emalord” Bresciani is an over 40 former videogame journalist. He nowadays runs a freight forwarding company in Italy and is able to find 20 hours per week or so to dedicate to his passion: videogaming. He discovers videogame photography in the late 2010 thanks to some NeoGAF Forum threads and falls in love with it. Being italian, he love small things like local foods and wine, nature, museums, good companionship. Oh, yeah, and women too.
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friends & contributors
(in order of appearance)
A former videogame journalist, expert in stylishness and Tae Kwon Do, Cristiano Bonora still has the time to play videogames and discuss them in forums and on his personal podcast WISKAST (in italian)
Another videogame journalist, on a daily trip around the world, often just to insult coders about their online play concepts. Stefano Brocchieri is a handsome man, larger than life. Even larger than a Fiat 500 perhaps
Kodama is a new contributor directly from the Land of the Rising Sun. Her Final Fantasy XIV pics are a splendor, her skills as a photographer are undisputed. Look at the whole flickr FFXIV collection here
Jamie loves cars. But until you look at his flickr account you can’t estimate how much. His pics about (real) cars, engines, motors, raceways just denote his immense talent and gusto for camera angles and style
Jon Hup aka JetSet125 currently takes classes as a Student at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) towards Information Systems degree. His photo-sets of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Dead Space will thrill our audience thanks to their Cinemascope effect, or 3-screens display. Judge yourself here on EBS and on his Flickr account.
Murcuseo (Assassins’s Creed, Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood panoramics)
Murcuseo is someone who can see beyond appearance. In Assassin’s Creed II what he sees is the Italian Rinascimento, not the fighting stuff. And we like his approach to Art in Videogaming based on panoramic photoshots. If you liked our post, go to his Flickr or deviantART account, you might find some other intersting approaches to the media.
The Mirror’s Edge photo-set of Dannbarr is one of the best I could ever hope to publish, thanks to its very personal and artistic cut. Visit Dannbarr Flickr account to check his full work.
Perfect synthesis between a Nintendo fanboy and a pcistic technocrat, the beast Andrea_23 loves to suck (slowly and with sadism) the lifeblood of the the main italian videogame forums through a lethal mix of redundant dialectic and nonsensical walltext. Some examples of his misdeeds here: Ventitre’s Lair (italian language). Fortunately (for you) elettricblueskies not have any kind of forum. Yet.
Marco Antonio D’Arrigo (Metro 2033)
Marco Antonio d’Arrigo is a visuaholic, in love with everything that strikes the eye. His website (in italian) is a multimedia paradise. If you speak the language of roman emperor’s heirs, take a good look.
Benoit Rogez a.k.a. Shadows44 (Assassins Creed II)
Benoit comes from France. He is an all-rounder photographer interested in gaming and geeky stuff, among his many. Take a look at his Flickr account to see how good he can be.
JTaylorGamingPhotography (Portal 2 – Skyrim -coming soon-)
From Richmond. Virginia, comes a new contributor. The name’s Josh, the art is grabbing sensational PC gaming screenshots. Take a look at his Flickr account to check all his stuff focused on the latest/biggest PC hits.
Marcelus_Sk (Rage – Skyrim -coming soon-)
From Slovakia, a man capable of extracting the best from PC gaming and technology to produce some of the best videogame-screenshots out there. Take a look at his Flickr account.