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How to Take a Photo and Save it in Forza Horizon 5

November 5, 2021

Forza Horizon 5 has stunning scenery and beautiful cars, so here’s how to take some amazing photos.

Whether you are all about the cars or you want to take in some of the idyllic views of the lush Mexican landscapes, being able to access photo mode has never been more important in the Forza franchise.

Sharing your incredibly creative images of your car collection or that time you beat your friend in a race is a must for photo mode and thankfully, it’s a really straightforward procedure that won’t take too much time out of your gameplay.

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How to take a picture in Forza Horizon 5

To access photo mode, all you have to do is press the up directional button on your D-pad and there will be your camera. From there and by using the right thumbstick, you can pan around as well as zoom in or out on the object you’re wishing to take a picture of and then press the A button when you’re ready.

If you want to add in some cool effects to your photo, press Y for some options.

Saving your picture

This is also easy you’ll be glad to hear. Once you have pressed A to take the image, press it again and simply choose the Save New Photo tab. Make sure to name it first though so you don’t get it muddled up with your other pictures because I’m fairly sure there will be plenty.

To find out more information on whether it’s worth it to get either the premium or deluxe editions of Forza Horizon 5, you should check out this article.

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