Resident Evil 2 looks very, very good. The configuration of Raccoon City is not mbadive, but it makes excellent use of such a small and dense space by plastering every inch in detail. Some lovely textures and work in environments and characters unite everything and make RE2 a game that is worth looking without interruptions. It's just that the constant threat from Mr. X and his zombie friends do not give you much time to smell the flowers. .
Without worries. A Cheat Engine camera tool created and shared by a screen capture expert Jim2point0 (who will remember from his days of Pixel Boost) makes taking good pictures in Resident Evil 2 easy and stress-free. The script allows you to separate the main character's camera and move it freely using the numeric keypad to change the position, height and FOV. You can even pause the time to set the perfect shot and resume once you've done it.
It's a great way to contribute a personal meme to the madness of Mr. X on Twitter. Personally, I just want to receive so many photos of Leon crying in pain. That grimace is too perfect.
However, you may find some problems with the script enabled that gets in the way of your art. When in a dark area the character of the player is illuminated with a flashlight, the light source seems to be connected to the camera instead of the character. I also recommend turning off the HUD in the configuration menu. If you pause with a weapon unsheathed, the count of grids and ammunition will remain visible.
One more thing: if you install Cheat Engine, you are using it at your own risk. Resident Evil 2 is not a multiplayer game, but if it leaves a script running in an accident and loads CS: GO or something similar, it could be detected and perceived as a hoax. I mean, "trap" is there in the name. Make sure you read the rights to use any game that you use Cheat Engine, just in case.
A few quick shots I took five minutes after using the tool: