If you’ve been spending some time in Gran Turismo 7, you’ve likely played around with its stunning photo mode, Scapes.

The results can be quite amazing – so much so that PlayStation enlisted automotive photographer Easton Chang to recreate some of his fave real-life shots in Scapes, which offers some 2,500 environments, including dozens right here in Australia.

The results prompt the question: Can you spot the real from the Scapes?

Toyota 86

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Ford Mustang

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Ferrari 458

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Mercedes SLS

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Lamborghini Huracan

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Did you pick them all? They’re each Scapes on the left, real on the right. The Mazda RX7 up top also comes via Scapes.

Meanwhile, Easton has shared some top tips for GT7 players getting into Scapes:

1. There are endless amounts of fun and creativity to be had when using Panning-Mode in Scapes. You must imagine what the car (or cars) would look like in motion, so carefully consider where it’s coming from, where it’s going, and what direction it’s wheels should be turning (this is what determines the direction of the motion blur!).

2. When you’re trying to recreate a sharp classic rolling shot, adjust your camera rate to 100 per cent and use Panning Mode 3.

3. Low angles with wet floors create reflections which look amazing in the game!

4. Turn Light Intensity down, and reduce Glare, to finesse the intensity of headlights on cars. For instance, turn Light Intensity down for low angle shots headlights, or up for enhancing cool taillight designs.

5. Scapes supports up to three cars in any one spot, so use them to make more interesting scenes.

6. Once you get a good grip with Scapes, try your hand in Race Photo mode, where you can unleash incredible angles on the track. Get low, get close, and get cars chasing bumper to bumper for the most dynamic shots!

Gran Turismo 7 is available now on PS5 and PS4.

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