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Do's & Don'ts for trophy photos #1
December 1, 2011 - Linda McKenzie
1. Be aware of the background.
Do not have clutter in the background of your photo. Taking your photo in the garage or a work area usually has too much clutter, work benches, gas can, tool, etc. The truck bed is another poor choice for a good photo. Avoid outdoors clutter as well, houses, vehicles, highways or even just stuff sitting around. All of the stuff takes away from the focus of the photo YOUR TROPHY. See 3 sample photos of background clutter.
For a good trophy photo choose a natural setting for the background, grass, trees, and the woods. You never see Jim Shockey or Lee & Tiffany in trophy photos with clutter in the background. See sample photos of photos with good backgrounds.
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Sample photo with the hat too low hiding behind the deer & a background of junk. An example of a clutter background that takes away from the focus of the photo