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Evening photoshoot

Discussion in 'Photo & Video Gallery' started by Cheez, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. Cheez

    Cheez Member

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    Today was the last day of summer quarter at school so since I'm now free I decided to go for a quick photoshoot. Enjoy!
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    Tomorrow my LED's should be in for my instrument cluster. It's an 04 so I've got some soldering to do. Weather permitting, I'll have a write up on the 03+ swap.
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  2. Enkeiavalanche

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    Nice Job....Good use of Light..
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  3. Cheez

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    Thanks! I didn't bother bringing any flashes so light was an issue at sunset. I see some noise in a few pictures but overall I'm happy.
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    Looking good. Hopefully my LEDs will come in tomorrow if not sunday or monday. Those north Louisiana sunsets sure are purty.
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  5. Cheez

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    That was at Mitcham peach orchard. We watched the lightning last night there for a solid hour. What you need the LEDs for?
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    Instrument cluster. Lightning has been dericulous here lately. Well "heat" lightning.
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    I love #2 and #5.. :)
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    I got off work last night at 12:30am and it looked like Zeus was throwing a rave! Good luck with your cluster too.

    Thanks!!
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    Thats what it was looking like when me and K were coming home from the movies at about 2330. Thanks I'll throw some pictures up when I get them done I hope
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    Looks great!!!!...but if it were my truck,id throw some killer grill inserts on to make the truck REALLY stand out!...just saying :great:
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  11. AMac

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    Nice job! You picked a good setting and the truck looks great!
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  12. Cheez

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    I have plans for that at some point. I like the simplicity of the horizontal billet, I'm just waiting for the right deal.

    Thanks!! I really like the way your truck is coming along. The rims are just enough to both break up and blend in with the black. Nicely done!
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    Cheez you're some kind of photographer man. Those pictures are excellent. And I love your truck man, probably my favorite NBS on the forum. I usually like lifted trucks but the rear shackle with those 20's is badass.

    I knew a guy who color matched (white) the chrome crossbar on his grille and it looked awesome. I think something like that would set your truck off better than a typical grille insert. Thats just my 2 cents.

    Keep it up bud looks great.
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  14. Cheez

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    Thanks for the kind words! The front end is something I've been debating. Color matching plastics? Grill inserts? So many things to change but no clue what to do... I do plan on color matching the door handles and tailgate latch soon.
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    I personally would like the grille inserts...i got lucky on my new truck cuz i have color matched everything
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  16. AMac

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    Thank you!

    A couple more months and I'll be putting the stock wheels back on for the winter. They're not bad looking except when they are dirty :money:
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  17. SurrealOne

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    Why, pray tell?
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  18. AnimalYates

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    Actually, the guy who color matched his front grille also had grille inserts. It looks pretty sweet IMO. (Minus the blacked out headlights.. just a bit much if you ask me)

    Here is a pic:
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  19. AMac

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    Why what? We've seen snow as early as November and I want to keep the new wheels in good condition. They're not meant to hold up against salt like the stock wheels are, and even those I try to keep salt free as much as possible.
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  20. SurrealOne

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    That makes no sense. I mean, in winter if you drive it then it gets dirty, so you likely don't drive it -- in which case salt is not relevant and you can keep whatever wheels you like on it, year-round!
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