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Hey everyone, I think pictures have a large effect on the outcome of a page. Please share your tips so our main page will be the best out of all the groups.
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| March 7, 2009, 1:10 pm
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Lots of pickup trucks are off-roaders. I don't think a big tough monster truck looks as dramatic in front of a white background as it does, say, in a snowbank, or on a steep dirt hill, or on a boulder. I take lots of pics inside, but some terrain sometimes adds to the drama of a great MOC.
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| March 10, 2009, 6:43 pm
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Hey there, everyone knows that my pictures aren't that great, but if somebody isn't satisfied with the way there pictures look, I might have a small tip. I like aggressive pics, if you take pictures looking up at the vehicle from beneath it, it can give it a lot of effect.
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| March 16, 2009, 4:26 pm
Quoting Tterbo Magnesium
Hey there, everyone knows that my pictures aren't that great, but if somebody isn't satisfied with the way there pictures look, I might have a small tip. I like aggressive pics, if you take pictures looking up at the vehicle from beneath it, it can give it a lot of effect.
Depending on the angle, it can make a big effect, taking pictures straight on can look odd.

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| March 19, 2009, 6:01 pm
Quoting Tterbo Magnesium
Hey there, everyone knows that my pictures aren't that great, but if somebody isn't satisfied with the way there pictures look, I might have a small tip. I like aggressive pics, if you take pictures looking up at the vehicle from beneath it, it can give it a lot of effect.

I do that for the front and back of every car I post ;)
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| May 22, 2009, 10:14 am
if you take a look at firas photos, youŽll see that the background is never distracting from the object heŽs trying to show. iŽve learned that and aply it in my last two creations and the result is sertainly so much better than my previous photos.
another tip iŽll like to share is "get closer to the object youŽre trying to show"
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| July 15, 2009, 2:18 pm
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