A few players are experiencing a glitch involving the Glamour Shot trophy in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The trophy normally unlocks when you take an in-game photo of Sully (using the photo mode does not count).
The opportunity to do so will come up during the 11th chapter of the campaign. After climbing the tower and surviving the building collapse, players will find themselves exploring an underground ruin where they have to solve a series to puzzles in order to advance.
During one of these sequences, Sully will hand over his phone to Nathan Drake in order to take a photo of the symbols. Instead of doing what you told to do, you can move the phone (via the right analog stick) to Sully and take a picture of him in order to unlock the Glamour Shot trophy.
However, some players were unable to move the camera around. We discover that this glitch is tied to aim sensitivity. Thus, you won’t be able to move the phone if you set the sensitivity to “0.” Fortunately, this can be easily solved by opening the menu and then going to “Options.” Head to the “Camera Controls” section to find the aiming sensitivity slider. Change the sensitivity to something other than “0” and you should be able to move your phone around with your right analog stick.
So, if you are experiencing the Glamour Shot trophy glitch in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, make sure to try out the fix we mentioned above.