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That's right bucket photos not Photobuckets.

Yesterday, I found a post on Joe’s Diecast Shack by zoweecars. His post read:

http://p083.ezboard.com/fjoesdiecastshackfrm10.showMessage?topicID=27618.topic

Tip for better Pictures

His detailed post was a snap to follow. For $5.00 or less and possibly better pics, why not give it a try,I did and I am amazed already, olesarge90/Gill

OH did I forget to mention, this photo is raw, never tricked out or cleaned in any way. See the dust on the BP?



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Great tip. Of course, if you don't mind playing with lights some, you can get good lighting from any number of lamps in about any setting. But this seems quite simple, and produces some great results for simply showcasing a car.
 
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