Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by alexromo, Oct 18, 2009.
I don't get it, what are you trying to do here?
The only one that doesn't look like a snapshot is 9.
i really like no. 2
I would add 1,2, and 6 to that list.
ok 9 is cool. lotta negative space tho. other than that, all snapshots
get constructive criticism
what's the truck worth in pic 1?
love the stance
duno, my buddy got a killer deal off one of our friends who "needed cash"
It has a full camburg suspension kit up front and a fabricated rear
Really? I'm first to say it?
I'd sell these to your family, STAT!
sorry to burst your bubble, but no one contained in these pictures are related to me by blood
Doesn't mean you can't sell the pics to your family....
A lot better than the stuff you've posted in the past, that's for sure!
I really dug some of the pics! looks like you kids had a great time!
i really see an improvement from your other pics. good job in my opinion
So does the first truck have spacers on the front wheels only? And are the front tires bigger than the rear tires?
I might be going crazy, but the front tires look bigger to me (especially in the second pic, where the truck appears to be square with the camera) and/or spaced out more than the rears
Whether or not that's really the case, the first two pictures now bother me.
I like #6, but the Tundra deserves bigger tires
my buddy with the tundra will be getting tires soon, he might get the super swamper tsl
the ford has a long travel kit up front, aftermarket upper and lower arms give it the 2 inch extra track width along with more travel. the rear is just better leaf springs with racerunner shocks on the hoop. the axle is from an explorer
all 4 tires and rims are the exact same size and backspacing
Not bad frames.
You really need to learn how to use light to your advantage, whether it be ambient or strobes.
Every one of the pictures that you took could be radically changed with controlled lighting/exposure.
I like #10.