Frame By Frame, the wonderful shots by Andrea QuintabĂ 

Frame By Frame, the wonderful shots by Andrea QuintabĂ 

Frame By Frame

Our appointment with the digital photography of Frame By Frame, the column dedicated to your in-game shots, is back. In the last episode (as well as the first) we invited you to send us your favorite screenshots and someone took the ball, sending us some splendid "snapshots".

Frame By Frame, the wonderful shots of Andrea QuintabĂ 

Andrea QuintabĂ  has in fact made us part of his digital gallery which you can find at this address under the name of theeighteenth_v p, attaching ten of his best "photographs". Inside we can find some famous games, such as The Last of Us Part II, God of War, Control Uncharted or Assassin's Creed Origins. Andrea is a true lover of digital shots, so much so that within his Instagram profile it is possible to find authentic masterpieces, mainly dedicated to the characters of our favorite videogame works.

After these splendid images, we invite you again to the whole community to send us their works through the email Don't be shy and feel free to present us with any type of shot you like, no matter the game or theme you choose. The best shots will also be uploaded and posted publicly on the social pages of geekinco Italia (with your consent), so that we can give you an even wider space to your artistic veins.

We remind you that making a screen is fast and easy, both on consoles (PlayStation 4, 5, Xbox One and Series X | S, Nintendo Switch) and on PC: just press the share button on the respective consoles or use Alt + F1 if you use GeForce Experience on PC. If you like, you can still try the various photo modes offered by the games, which allow you to get amazing "photos" and at the limit of photorealism. The choice is all up to you and your creativity.

The next appointment of Frame By Frame is expected for next week with one of the best Italian digital artists of the moment.

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A little over one year ago, life in Fort Collins, Colorado, came to a screeching halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Local hot spots like The Oval, Old Town Square, Canvas Stadium, the Intramural Fields and the Annual Flower Trial Garden seemed desolate. Before the pandemic, dozens of people enjoyed the scenery and the weather in these spaces. On campus, where normally hundreds of people passed by daily, it is surprising to see just a few. Halls that were normally busy are now empty and fields where people would play sports are almost entirely deserted. As the pandemic continues to wear on, it is easy to forget what life was like before. 

The Laurel village dorms with Durward and Westfall in the background

The Laurel Village dorms sit with Durward Hall and Westfall Hall in the background. (Devin Cornelius | The Collegian)

Devin Cornelius can be reached at or @devincphotos26.