Why I Don’t Like Taking In-Game Screenshots
As a blogger, I feel like I should be sharing what I’m doing in-game, and I think pictures are the best way to show my characters and what I’m working on.
I hate taking screenshots. I hate stopping in the middle of gameplay to take a picture or get the perfect angle. When I play video games, I get “into the zone,” and stopping to take a screenshot is not something that ever comes across my mind. I think it’s disruptive and removes immersion from what I’m doing.
However, without a picture or screenshot, I cannot “prove” that I’m actually doing what I’m saying I’m doing, and then I don’t feel like writing a blog post at all. I prefer writing over posting a bunch of pictures and even video. I hate clicking on links about news stories, expecting to read an article, and then getting a video pushed at me to watch. I don’t have the time or patience to watch videos, and it’s extremely annoying because I already gave them a hit on their website expecting an article.
Anyway, I would like to work on my blog, but I hate the feeling of wanting to include pictures, because I just don’t like taking in-game screenshots. Maybe I should just suck it up and stop being lazy about including pictures, because it does make blog posts look better, but I hate stopping to take a picture of what I’m doing in-game. I’d rather just play.