In 1993 I held my first video game controller in my hand. It was the controller of an original model Sega Genesis and Sonic the Hedgehog was plugged into the cartridge slot. My little six-year-old mind was blown, and I was hooked. Since then, throughout my life I have been a video game nerd. And throughout my life, I have watched with intense fascination how video games have evolved in leaps and bounds. They now can encompass entire crafted worlds within them and through the internet people can commune with each other within these worlds. 12.5 million other people in the case of the computer game World of Warcraft. Within the World of Warcraft, players explore the fictional world of Azeroth, which contains three (at the time of writing) continents which have similar geographical content to the Real Earth, but just with more dragons. After playing for a few hours my first thought as an artist who loves video games was, “where is the digital Ansel Adams when you need him?” So setting out with my digital character Rakkor as my in-game camera, and a 4 by 5 camera as my camera camera, I traversed the lands of Azeroth.