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My Work (Pictures) Have Been Stolen.

My pictures have been stolen. My name was erased and the pictures were claimed as the work of someone else. I was really enjoying this. It kind of puts a damper on things. Everyone, you can thank someone named Siddhesh Mhatre.

If you want to use my images for something else, please, just ask me. It's that simple.

Tszuta | Talk 03:52, February 5, 2011 (UTC)

Dodge Challenger drift car.

Hi,Where did you find that beauty,I want one.And also i like the Cuda.MrJonnathan2007 03:43, November 4, 2010 (UTC)

Found it about an hour ago at the local Wally World. There were TONS of them. Honestly, there must have been around 10 - 15. — Tszuta (Talk) 13:41, November 4, 2010 (UTC)
Hi,I Want to Know if you are On Flickr?I Am on flickr jonnathan2010,My photo is a Speedometer of a 04 Mustang Cobra,My car. MrJonnathan2007 20:36, December 22, 2010 (UTC)
Yes I am. My name on Flickr is t.szuta. Here is a link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tszuta/sets/72157625109587577/
Tszuta | Talk 03:55, December 23, 2010 (UTC)

New Pictures

Your newest images look great. I definately prefer them without the border! Is there a reason you are resizing them so small? I usually try and resize around 1024px width. either way it's your choice. Keep up the good work!! Sinnin  talk  Contributions 10:49, November 4, 2010 (UTC)

The only reason I resize them to that size is that I can print them on 5"x8" photopaper. My camera shoots 4752x3168 so larger images won't be an issue. I didn't know if there was a cap on image size or anything either. Glad you like the new pics. I thought the border was a nice touch but now that I look again, it takes away from the casting. It took me a while to get the lighting figured out. I am still not 100% satisfied but I keep getting closer. — Tszuta (Talk) 13:39, November 4, 2010 (UTC)

How Can I Help

Hi Tony, the last thing I want to do is get into a battle over opinions about whether or not to discuss sales of Hot Wheels on this site. I agree that this is an information site, but it's also become a community of collectors. I am sincere about possibly helping you with your collection. I'm not into scalping new stuff, but I do have a lot of older '70's - 80's doubles that I sell at flea markets when-ever I get a chance. If there's anything that you're still "missing" from your "childhood collection" feel free to send me your wants off-wikia to my email, vista_69@yahoo.com , -from one collector to another- Vista69 03:11, June 8, 2011 (UTC)

hello, no..... fooling with my photos is fine!

Hi:


Man, you really cleaned up the Ford Truck photo! I've only had my D-3100 for a couple months and I know I can change the white balance, some how, but I understand that post photo editing is a must? So Photo Shop can make my backgrounds white and leave the image crisp and clear? I hope I'm not making this harder than it really is. I'm good at that. I used an extra lamp when taking the photos I've taken, but to brighten the image up I have to use a flash. So there has to be an adjustment on my camera for this problem. Thanks for helping me. I'm going to learn from your advice.

Dave

Trial and error. That's how I learn. Give it a shot. If you get stuck on something, give me a shout. I'll give you a hand. The method to clean up the background is rather simple. To clean up the picture of yours that I did, it only took about 2 mintues. Also, you might want to look into building yourself a light box. You can build one out of materials that you may have laying around the house. Here is a link to how I got the idea to build mine.

http://www.wikihow.com/Create-an-Inexpensive-Photography-Lightbox

Like I said. If you need help, just ask! Tszuta | Talk 02:57, June 15, 2011 (UTC)

Thank you!

Tszuta:

I cleaned up three of my photos in minutes in Paint Shop Pro. I'll build a light box too. I love macro photography and that's what this is. Thanks for making it perfectly clear to me what had to be done. Your a great help.

Dave Flintnodule 03:14, June 15, 2011 (UTC)

I also use a white 5-gallon bucket as a light box. I put a big hole in the side to point the camera. and placed a piece of white paper in the bottom to clean it up.
Another trick many people use is glossy photo paper under the cars to give a slight reflection.
Photo talk really makes me want to get that new camera!! Sinnin  talk  Contributions 09:12, June 15, 2011 (UTC)

**** You!

First off, Sinnin is the main contributor here, no questions asked, second, my sig. is being fixed I dont know why its all messed up all of a sudden, third, stop leaving hate messages on my page, fourth, **** off!

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