The "sun" coming thru that skylight at Thorins Hall is a great "little" addition that gives them the A+ in graphic.
Actions shots are hard to get unless you stop before hand and think, "I need to get a shot of this next fight." Usually the action ones I get off-the-cuff are not very good with the screen cluttered with junk obscuring the action. If something was really cool I might try and re-fight the mob for a good pict not caring about taking damage but getting the right angle & moment.
Now that I'm actually crafting stuff for myself I'm starting to understand better the relative value of these things, both raw materials, and the finished products. Check Palantier's mail btw next time you're online.
I find the most valuable thing to me right now is Bluebottle petals, mostly because you can't get them yourself other than as a critical success result in farming. Other stuff, at least for my crafting needs as a scholar, you can get by perseverance by searching through urns, or killing mobs of low-value NPCs.
I can still see the value in paying 100s of sp for some items, i.e. reward laziness for crafters who don't want to go out and collect moon letters by camping out at spawn sites in sparse urn sites in Forochel. I can't see myself ever being so desperate to earn sp, though, that I would actively collect them just to sell them in that manner. I'm thinking it must be fellows collecting them with alts who are levelling up and acquiring them, and having the foresight to sell them at auction rather than just ditch them, as I did on the way up.
ALTHOUGH, I won’t say what it was & spoil it I was at one point yelling at the Developers at an completely unexpected twist they threw in- "HOW THE HE** COULD THEY DO THAT?!" DON'T THEY READ THE BOOKS! ETC. ETC.