Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is quite the bizarre fusion of TTRPG and the borderlands franchise. A class-based shooter with tons of replayability, there’s even more than meets the eye to this game. There’s even a photo mode included that allows you to let your creativity really flow.
Photo Mode can be accessed in two ways. For starters, you can go into the main menu and select Photo Mode. You can use the Start button on consoles, or ESC on PC to bring up that menu. Alternatively, press Z (by default on your keyboard to open the scroll wheel menu, and then use the mode from that menu. Entering Photo Mode will automatically pause the game.
Now, let’s talk about what kind of features you can expect. The Photo Mode in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is actually very complex, and has tons of options and filters to mess around with. You can change these options to make the photo you’re taking entirely unique.
- Field of View – Changing this will adjust the amount of image shown based on the zoomed object or character.
- Camera Roll – Using this slider tilts the camera according to the angle set.
- Override Focus – Will allow the player more control of the objects and characters in focus.
- Distance – Increasing the value will make the focused object or character blurred.
- Region – Change the range of the photo that’s affected by the focus settings.
- Intensity – How intense the focus should be, based on this percentage.
You can also adjust film grain and vignette options for more visual flair. Check the border tab for options on the Vignette and other changes you can make.
Photo Mode Keybinds for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
Once you know the controls, you can take photos like a pro. Here are the default keybinds for photo mode in the game.
|Photo Mode Options||Keybinds|
|Side Scrolling Menu||Z (for left) and C (for Right)|
|Left Camera Movement||Left Arrow|
|Right Camera Movement||Right Arrow|
|Pivot Camera Movement Upwards||Up Arrow|
|Pivot Camera Movement Downwards||Down Arrow|