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Old 02-10-2013, 03:43 PM   #41
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Old 02-13-2013, 06:29 PM   #42
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Just and FYI, you can see some examples of photos at the following sites (look at the header image):
Trawler Forum
Jeep Wrangler Forum - Jeep Wrangler Owners Community
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The subject of the photo (Dodge Truck) needs to be pretty far off in the horizon. Almost so far off that it takes up 10-20% of the photos height (that's pretty small). We then need to crop it and try to make it fit.

I think it would be great to have some single truck photos and then some group shots as well. The photo should tell the story of what HTC is all about.
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Doug (Rancher) was kind enough to forward me a high res version of the image that is now in the header, thanks!

Keep posting your photos and when you all have a G2G think about taking a photo for the header. You need to stand very far away. It's easier to zoom in on a photo and get the right perspective then it is to try and make a close up photo work.

I think it would also be great to see some header images of individual trucks either posed for a photo at some amazing place or in action driving. Once again, the object of the photo (truck) needs to be pretty far away so we can crop and have everything fit.
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Old 02-14-2013, 05:07 PM   #46
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Doug (Rancher) was kind enough to forward me a high res version of the image that is now in the header, thanks!

Keep posting your photos and when you all have a G2G think about taking a photo for the header. You need to stand very far away. It's easier to zoom in on a photo and get the right perspective then it is to try and make a close up photo work.

I think it would also be great to see some header images of individual trucks either posed for a photo at some amazing place or in action driving. Once again, the object of the photo (truck) needs to be pretty far away so we can crop and have everything fit.
Anything we can do to help Andy!
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Old 02-14-2013, 05:25 PM   #47
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Why not do it the easy way...Scrap this forum's script and go back to the old script???

IMHO this script has really got too many faults with it.
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Doug (Rancher) was kind enough to forward me a high res version of the image that is now in the header, thanks!

Keep posting your photos and when you all have a G2G think about taking a photo for the header. You need to stand very far away. It's easier to zoom in on a photo and get the right perspective then it is to try and make a close up photo work.

I think it would also be great to see some header images of individual trucks either posed for a photo at some amazing place or in action driving. Once again, the object of the photo (truck) needs to be pretty far away so we can crop and have everything fit.
Which Header? I can't fine it anywhere.
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Which Header? I can't fine it anywhere.

The banner image at the top of the page

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???? Mine still has the brown truck as the header.
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