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well after it rained today it was pretty nice so i took the opportunity to take some pics
 

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ebay CAI and gt takeoff w/ 40 series delta flows and many more to come
 

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wanna gimme the $$ john? didnt think so thats like 3 or 4 mods down the road i just want a 1 inch drop not much more
 

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youll change your mind when you do it. an inch is nothing on a 6'er dude. jeff said the same thing before he dropped his. look how low it is now.
 

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yeah but i already scrape like **** as it is. 1.5 MAX w/ CC plates but i'll probably save up for a whole package


any tips for taking better pics?
 

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yeah but i already scrape like **** as it is. 1.5 MAX w/ CC plates but i'll probably save up for a whole package


any tips for taking better pics?
you're too low to the ground for not being a lowered car. if you lowered it 2", you could set the camera on the ground and it'd look bad ass i bet, but not at the height you're at.

your last pic is the better one. only thing id say about that one is to bring out the ass end more.. see more of the side of the car as well. not TOO much, just a tad.
 

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<sigh> yall newbie picture takers...

ok, if you're going to set the camera on the ground, its better to do it from a distance. otherwise, the optical angle is going to be WAY too much and youll just be seeing the undercarriage etc etc. especially with a 4x4 v6er. back up a little, it looks 10x better. see pics below...




a small tilt in the camera helps, i see you did it correctly. i dont think lawrence (roush owner) did too good a job. he shoulda tilted it slightly less. but all in all its good.

one thing i always do, is always turn the wheels so they are visible from the camera angle you are shooting. DONT take a picture with the wheels turned so the tread is showing on the front wheels.. that looks so GAY!!!! if you have to turn the wheels in the middle of pictures, no big deal... its worth it. whether you are taking pics from the front or rear, make sure you can always see the front rims...



anymoer questions? i might come up with a few more tips soon...

oh yea, sunset and sunrise are awesome times to take pics. and fog is a good time too. also... IF YOU ARE TAKING PICS AT NIGHT AND YOU ARE UNDER A LIGHT... DONT USE FLASH!
if you are using a digital camera, and on the screen you can see the thing you are taking a picture of well enough, dont use flash. if you cant see ANYTHING, then use flash. if you use flash when you can already see it, itll screw up the pic, TRUST me!

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i agree with redrum, tilt + camera low to the ground = awesome pictures.
 
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