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just a question:
what are you using to take your photos with ?
also, do you have a program that you can process your photos.
like rotating, cropping, etc.
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it seems like you are off to a good start with woodworking.
for photos, there are so many things you need to consider to make
a nice presentation that compliments your project and craftsmanship.
the photo you posted is not good. we can not see what you have
other than a very glossy piece of wood.
when you take a photo, take a moment to really look at everything
involved: lighting is the most important of all. no reflections is 2nd.
how the object being photographed is portrayed and how you want
others to see it.
we, the forum members, would really like to see your craftsmanship
and see the beauty of your projects.
(sorry to be so harsh, but, I mean this for a positive and honest critique
so you you can make better presentations in the future.
the forum loves to see each others projects !!!
welcome aboard !!



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just a question:
What are you using to take your photos with ?
Also, do you have a program that you can process your photos.
Like rotating, cropping, etc.
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it seems like you are off to a good start with woodworking.
For photos, there are so many things you need to consider to make
a nice presentation that compliments your project and craftsmanship.
The photo you posted is not good. We can not see what you have
other than a very glossy piece of wood.
When you take a photo, take a moment to really look at everything
involved: Lighting is the most important of all. No reflections is 2nd.
How the object being photographed is portrayed and how you want
others to see it.
We, the forum members, would really like to see your craftsmanship
and see the beauty of your projects.
(sorry to be so harsh, but, i mean this for a positive and honest critique
so you you can make better presentations in the future.
The forum loves to see each others projects !!!
Welcome aboard !!



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thanks for the update, Dune !! we (the forum) always appreciates
how a project goes through the transitions from start to finish.

what kind of wood is that ? you did a really good job.

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thanks for the update, Dune !! we (the forum) always appreciates
how a project goes through the transitions from start to finish.

what kind of wood is that ? you did a really good job
Thank you sir! It is White pine I believe.

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