STAFF EDIT: TRANSFORMERS AND RELATED ITEMS ONLY Previous "Supah Cleah" Threads: 2012 2013 2015 2016 ---------------- This thread is for posting your quality, high end pics. Lightbox pics, etc. This is to allow those who want to post their high quality pics a place to showcase their photos, and help those who want to improve their photography skills. Here's some guidelines: LIGHTBOX TYPE SHOTS ONLY, OR PHOTOGRAPHS WHICH MIND THEIR BACKGROUNDS: This thread is not for desktop or driveway photography. Use a background. Flexibility may be granted if utmost care is taken to ensure quality otherwise. No cellphone pics. PLEASE KEEP IMAGE SIZE TO A REASONABLE RESOLUTION: Preferably less than 1,000 pixels wide. Even though the forums will appear to resize your images, the entire file will load with every refresh and giant images will slow down the thread. Large images may be removed and the poster may repost a smaller version. Pics above 1200 pixel-wide resolution are always way too big and will be removed immediately. Please shoot for around 1000 pixels. Minor differences like 1050 pixels are not an issue. HEAVY PHOTOSHOP USAGE OR ADDING OF EFFECTS BELONGS IN THE COOL STUFF THREAD: Minor effects like adding eye-glow or such is fine, but the spirit of this thread is to showcase photography, not image editing. Please post heavily modified images in the Cool Stuff thread instead. POSTS WHICH DO NOT MEET THE ESTABLISHED GUIDELINES MAY BE MOVED TO ANOTHER THREAD OR REMOVED: It's nothing personal, but this thread is designed to have a separate personality from the Cool Stuff thread with an emphasis on quality and helping your fellow TFW board member get things "just right." "Third Party" products are acceptable in this thread. We may adjust the guidelines going forward. But for the meantime, take some photos and have fun! ---------------- Helpful LINKS: A great introduction to DSLR photography. Bernie’s Better Beginner’s Guide to Photography for Computer Geeks Who Want to be Digital Artists | Bernie Sumption :: Photography A cheap way to build a lightbox. Combine it with a $3 bedsheet from Walmart and you're set. Light Box / Light Tent Photo Gallery by Bill Huber at pbase.com Some photography help: Transformers Photography - Tips and Tricks Or, if you like a particular style, just ask us!