Cyberpunk 2077 Photo Mode Guide

We've seen numerous variants of the 'photo mode' feature in video games to date, but Cyberpunk 2077's photo mode blows each of them out of the water. You might be thinking to yourself that that is quite a bold claim. However, trust us when we say that it is absolutely true.

Based on what we know about character customization, you can take hours and hours to create your character. Many players questioned the intricacies of character creation given the game is played in the first-person mode throughout, and this photo mode is your answer to that. You might want to stop from time to time for a quick photoshoot around the aesthetically beautiful neon-lit Night City.

Cyberpunk 2077 offers a wide array of features in its photo mode. It has five main categories with various sub-categories. Here's everything that the new photo mode has to offer in Cyberpunk 2077.


The Camera category has five sub-categories that lets you customise your camera angles, camera type and Field of View (FOV) that include:

  • Camera Type
  • Preset
  • Field of View
  • Rotate

Depth of Field

Depth of Field helps you determine the focus by adjusting the following:

  • Enabled
  • Auto Focus
  • Aperture


As the name suggests, you can choose different poses for your character. This is one of the powerful new features introduced in Cyberpunk 2077's photo mode. Generally, you would need to move your character a certain way manually and get into photo mode to capture a certain pose.

That is not the case here as Cyberpunk 2077's photo mode gives you full authority to change whatever you desire. On top of that, it also allows you to customize your weapons' muzzle flash and character expressions. These are the options available under the 'Pose' tab:

  • Category
  • Pose
  • Muzzle Flash
  • Expression
  • Look at Camera
  • Rotate
  • Left/Right
  • Close/Far
  • Character Visible

Here are the names of some of the poses as seen in the photo mode trailer:

  • My name is V. Just V.
  • Run the Jewels
  • Waiting for Godot
  • The pensive philosophizer
  • C’mere, Gankbrain
  • In the Name of the Moon, I’ll punish you!
  • V’s bizarre pose
  • What Can I Get Ya?
  • Dead End, Amigo
  • Run the Jewels
  • Selfie Time
  • Knuckle Sandwich
  • Talk to the Hand
  • With a Katana
  • With a Knife

And a lot more!


This is where you can adjust your 'filter' options and make the overall magic happen. The following features will help you 'enhance' your picture:

  • Exposure
  • Contrast
  • Highlights
  • Vignette
  • Chromatic Aberration
  • Grain
  • Effect


To add finishing touches to your photo, you can add some stickers or a subtle frame. You can even change the background.

  • Stickers 1-5 (can have up to five stickers enabled)
  • Frame
  • Background

You can access the photo mode anywhere at any time in the game. This can be seen in the trailer when a player causes an explosion by blowing up an oil tank, followed by entering the photo mode immediately after. This shows how accessible and innovative the photo mode can get in Cyberpunk 2077 and future games in general.

Hassan Sajid

Open-world adventures are Hassan's favorite type of game. He has extensive experience playing classics like Fallout, Far Cry and Skyrim. Like almost everyone else, Hassan is psyched for Cyberpunk 2077 and enjoys creating video and written guides to help out his fellow gamers. Hassan is on LinkedIn here.


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