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Ram Flatbeds
 
© 2021 Joshua B
Credit To Michael P and James K for the cabs

Ram Flatbeds



Left or right? 🤔

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To Michael P and James K for the cabs

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© 2021 Joshua B
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Taken with Apple iPhone SE (1st generation)

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  • f f/2.2
  • ISO 50
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20 minutes ago, Rescue 423 said:

Right. Both look good though...

I can’t shake the feeling that the front of the left one are jaws hanging open 😂

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3 hours ago, Joshua B said:

I can’t shake the feeling that the front of the left one are jaws hanging open 😂

Now I can't unsee that 😂

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Well, the right one. Why? I see kragle connections on the left one XD

Anyway, they both look very nice 🙂

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1 hour ago, Sven said:

Well, the right one. Why? I see kragle connections on the left one XD

Anyway, they both look very nice 🙂

Lol, tape actually 😂 It could be done with curved 1x2 slopes, I just didn't have any.

btw, in case anyone hasn't figured it out, the left one is James K's cab, and of course the right one is @ Michael P's. 

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Random comment: The photography quality on this is amazing, I keep coming back to it. The lighting is smooth, shadows are there but not too dark and the background is clean and infinite like a studio render...I need to up my photo game basically. 👍

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1 hour ago, Josh said:

Random comment: The photography quality on this is amazing, I keep coming back to it. The lighting is smooth, shadows are there but not too dark and the background is clean and infinite like a studio render...I need to up my photo game basically. 👍

Thank you! My best tip, if you have an iPhone, go to edit in photos and crank the shadows thing 😂😂 here is the pic before editing, I adjusted the shadows, brightness, black point, saturation, etc to get rid of the yellow hue and make the colors bolder. 
 

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