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didn't get many pics but working on editing and uploading
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I vote for a sunday meet next time! lol so i can actually come! i will be lifted by then :) or maybe another meet at silver falls or something??? before summer is over??? who's in??
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I think John's truck got the most camera action with me. Truck was awesome 2 years ago....it's even more awesomer now!! Jealous of them KM2's and wheels. I still wanna steal 'em! Or at least see how I like them on my truck. lol.
We could do a little swap sometime so you can see how they look but you should just bite the bullet and get the wheels and tires when the time is right because they would look sick on your truck. Or MTZ's, I wanted those bad but they were impossible to find early in the summer so I went with the KM2's instead, saved a couple hundred bucks too!
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nice pics, I think you guys have almost the entire lowered ranger population on here over there haha
i think we did have almost all the lowered rangers in oregon there, i know of a lowered tan 98 that wasn't there

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wish we could get meets like that goin in ont. it usually ends up being three guys haha
and its always the same 3 guys huh?
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Rob, where's your pics at?
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Yup, straight body lift - not planning on double lifting anytime soon. I WAS planning on getting a hold of some of those Coilover swap bracket's - but those are no-bueno now. :-(

And for the information with the camera settings on that camera...

Go Canon! Honestly man, the controsl are much easier - ISO/Aperature size is controlled by switchign to Custom (I 100% leave it in custom all the time) then hitting up/down for shutter speed, and left/right for aperature opening - the only two settigns you need if you have your ISO set to the light range already
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shane i love your truck man. it looks great :) and i really like those two white rangers. but i must say im a sucker for that truck with the roof rack.
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Trukz lewg gewd giez...billy how's come you don't have any fotos next to grants?....that would be a cool pic
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ask grant that lol I tried to get him to move
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Guess he doesn't like white folk
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But ya man I'm diggin yo donks
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Awesome turn out! Got some really nice looking trucks out there!
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trucks look great guys! i wish i could have come but i couldn't due to my insurance situation with my truck, anyways, next year ill make it a priority to come!! PNW CREW!!
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And for the information with the camera settings on that camera...

Go Canon! Honestly man, the controsl are much easier - ISO/Aperature size is controlled by switchign to Custom (I 100% leave it in custom all the time) then hitting up/down for shutter speed, and left/right for aperature opening - the only two settigns you need if you have your ISO set to the light range already
I have used both Canon and Nikon (I actually used canon first) I used a Canon Rebel XTi for school to shoot sports and events for our yearbook, as well as my brother playing baseball, my friends skating, etc. When i took the photography class the year before, I was one of the best photographers in the class due to my experience at shooting pictures of my friends skating. When I took that class, I had a little Canon point and shoot, and I was out shooting people with Canon SLR's. When I got to yearbook, and had the Rebel XTi available to me, I fell in love with it, and wanted to get the Rebel XSi with my graduation money. A couple months before graduation, I used my friends Nikon D40 (equiv to the Rebel XTi) and fell in love with it. I loved the fact that the pictures came out more clear (even when the canon's were brand new out of the box, the pictures came out looking like the lens had been dropped... we used the $1600 white 70-200mm lenses, that NO ONE but a certain couple people were allowed to touch, and we know they were never dropped) and had much more vivid colors. So I started to research the Nikons. I knew I couldn't afford the D3, so I was looking at the smaller ones. I fell in love with the D300, but couldn't quite afford it, so I got the D90. (They are the exact same camera, except the continuous drive speed is a couple FPS slower on the D90, and the D300 has a metal body instead of plastic). My camera also came with an 18-105mm VR lens, vs the 18-55 that you get with Canon regardless.


By the "Custom" setting, I'm assuming you are talking about "Manual" where you control the Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO completely manually. While that does have its place, I rarely use Manual. I used to use it all the time, and my pictures (some which would have been awesome) turned out like garbage, cause it wasn't set for the light at the angle that the awesome angle/ moment was. It was set for when he was running 25 yards previous, so as the lighting changes, the settings need to change. When I started using Aperture Priority, My pictures almost always came out perfectly, and I still use Aperture Priority mostly to this day. (I used manual the other day at a concert, and the pictures came out awesome... Again, I do see a place for shooting in Manual)

What I do with Aperture Priority, is set the aperture to wide open (95% of the time, unless my picture I'm taking calls for something different), then set the ISO to what it needs to be to have my shutter speed the speed that I want it for whatever I'm shooting, with the given light. When I decide to shoot manual for a few pictures, I take the information from the Aperture Priority setting, and transfer it to the manual, then adjust as needed... But that doesn't usually work for sports.


Not trying to be a douche, just trying to give some background on my experience as to why I told him to do what I told him. Happy photoshooting



EDIT: Now that I am reading this a couple hours later, I hope it makes sense... haha

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nice addition to the pics billy........
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Thanks, I didn't take any of them lol I handed the camera to Mike. All i did was edited them a little in photoshop.
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Lol so that's what Mike was up to when he disappeared for a while. Those pics look awesome, sure makes me want a decent camera and some editing patience!
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It's not that hard to edit photo's it took me about 2 min to do each picture.
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good looking trucks guys....except you john... lol jk
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Lol don't be hatin'.
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yea jeez John those wheels look horrible! LOL
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ya thats what i was thinking...so bad you might as well just ship them here for free.....as a matter of fact just pay me to take them off your hands lol
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I know! I felt bad for Mike with those ugly things and I couldn't let him be the only one.
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hahaha, here's a comparison from the first year

This year
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maybe next year we can hit 20 trucks lol
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