2017 short bed hemi tradesmen
thanks,#1 is my choice. :tup:
A couple tips.... stand back a good distance and zoom in on the truck, it keeps things in better proportion. Also roll the windows up when taking pics, it just looks cleaner that way.
I like the tighter shots too. My advice was just general advice for photographing vehicles. I work for an internet marketing company that caters to car dealers, and sometimes I photograph 150 or more vehicles per week myself. Unfortunately most aren't Mopars, but I try to make them look as good as I can.thanks,
1, running a 17-40L on a 5D, my dad had my 28-105l so really couldn't stand back and zoom in like i wanted, also most of the shots are tight crops because that's what i like.
2, normally I do but for some reason i left them down