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Why Get The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff if You Already Own Get To Work? Here’s Why!

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The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff opens up almost unlimited possibilities when it comes to taking photographs, but some Simmers have valid questions about why exactly Moschino Stuff is so revolutionary. After all, didn’t we already get a Photography skill in Get To Work? Wasn’t the Photography skill later added to the base game in an update? If we have Get To Work, don’t we already have access to a professional photo studio that can take better shots than the handheld cameras?

The answer to all of these questions is yes, which leads to a bigger question: Why buy Moschino Stuff if you already have Get To Work?

It’s a fair question, but I’m going to tell you exactly what makes the photography equipment in Moschino Stuff different from what we got in the Get To Work expansion.

Anyone who owns Get To Work will have access to the photo studio, which can take much better pictures than the handheld digital cameras. So why do you need the photography equipment in Moschino Stuff if you already have a fully functioning, all-in-one photography studio from another pack?

While the photography studio is a great tool to have in your game, it is very limited compared to what the tripod, Sim position marker, and lights from Moschino Stuff can do.


Because they’re all separate objects that can be moved around independently of each other! They are also completely portable!

Why is this a big deal? The photo studio from Get To Work is one giant object that can’t be carried around in your Sim’s inventory. It must be placed on a lot. You are also limited to the set backgrounds of the built-in backdrop. This really limits what you can do with the photo studio.

Having portable equipment in several different pieces allows you to take epic shots anywhere in the world. The entire world is your backdrop! This is especially great for beginner photographers who may not be able to afford their own studio, yet.

The Sims 4 is known for its stunning worlds with breathtaking scenery but until now, it was difficult to really capture that beauty on camera. Now that your Sims can take their tripod with them anywhere, the whole world is now open to your Sims’ creativity. No lot boundaries to worry about! Take anything you may want or need wherever you like; lights, tripod, Sim markers… they’re all fully portable and ready to take absolutely anywhere.

However, if you do want a more staged, flashy look and would like to utilize some manufactured backdrops, Moschino Stuff has you covered, too. There is a simple backdrop in a variety of solid colours and patterns that can be used in your Sim’s studio. There is also a new digital backdrop that comes in two pieces; one curved and one straight piece. These pieces can be attached to create a seamless wraparound backdrop, but that’s not even the best part. The digital backdrops are animated! This means your shots will never be exactly the same, even when you’re using the same backdrop!

With all of its new features, gameplay objects, and freedom, Moschino Stuff is a huge step up from the photography tools we’ve seen in the game previously. If you or your Sims are passionate about capturing all those special moments in life (or getting the perfect glamour shot), Moschino Stuff is well worth the investment.

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  • to be honest…..i’m never rly the one to be hyped for stuff packs, don’t even have most of them and the ones i do have i’ve got on a sale, and yet- i’m kinda hyped for this one????

    even tho I don’t love most of the clothes (oh, irony), i REALLY love the vibrant colors and patterns and furniture. also the photography possibilities widen so so much,, imma get it

    • ALTHOUGH i’m still waiting for 80’s stuff pack! i love 80’s aesthetic sO MUCH i rly hope they’ll do sth for it
      (even tho get famous and bowling pack have slight retro vibes.. i need more smh)

  • Not to be mean…great article…but you can do this for free (if you have the basegame update) with mods…I know modding isn’t for everyone but…unless this pack drops in price (50% because 10 dollars for a little extra fluff to code I already bought in Get To Work, this pack’s hype isn’t really interesting me in buying).

    The feature is nice and it does offer more gameplay for those who don’t modify their games. However, after reading an similar article about My First Pet Stuff and buying it against my better judgement… I had egg on my face and was sorely disappointed. And I kinda guess this pack will be more disappointment…again.

    Sorry but this is a pass for me.

    • I think Moschino Stuff is still better than My First Pet Stuff because at least, it doesn’t require another pack to play lol. I like the aesthetics, the interactive objects are not that bad and have more depths than My First Pet’s rodents.

      I haven’t bought the Moschino Stuff myself but if I have, I guess it won’t be as disappointing as My First Pet Stuff.

    • Completely different from MFPS.

      I don’t really read articles as I look at videos of what gameplay is introduced and with that it’s mostly a hamster, a new death with said hamster, mostly C&D clothing and some shirts with hairstyles. Stuff packs are pretty up front with what you see is what you get.

      Been playing this for a awhile and if you’re intro photography for your sims and the extra gameplay for it then you’ll get use out of it. Mods aren’t definitely not for everyone and there’s a good majority that plays vanilla considering things like pose player break with various updates among other ones. I have it and with the extra poses it just plays into the gameplay with it, especially with the rotating camera. The picture frame is great and I’ve been wanting more frames for sim families, but always best to trust your gut instinct if you don’t think you’ll get full use out of it.

    • That’s perfectly okay. :) It’s true that if you don’t enjoy playing with photography in the game to begin with, you won’t get much out of this pack. That’s like 90% of its selling value so I wouldn’t recommend it if you don’t like photography. For someone like me, though, this pack is fantastic, because I take so many family photos, I have no idea what to do with all of them after a couple generations.