Our Photography Methods:
We've photographed every single pedal that we've ever built. Part of the reason for this if a customer writes and wants mods or whathaveyou, I have photographic reference to go to for answers on how the pedal was originally configured. It also protects us in any fraudulent warranty claims. I get asked a lot about how I take the pictures of our pedals that we post on the internet. Actually, it's a very simple process. I use a relatively cheapo camera (I think it was like $125 bucks at WalMart or something). I simply clear my workbench of everything but the three worklights I use to build pedals with. I take about two or three dozen shots of each pedal, all taken at different angles and such. Every single picture I have EVER published of my pedals has been photographed in exactly this fashion each and every time. What you see is taken straight out of the camera.
Absolutely no "photoshopping" at all:
I shoot each pedal then either post it or archive it. What you see posted on my website is taken straight out of the camera. I use zero "photoshopping" efforts, zero retouching, zero "redetailing" in any way or form what so ever. The pics you see of my pedals that I have shot are absolute "WYSIWYG" in every way. I don't use any retouching at all, period.
Here you go ... pics and pics and more dang-ol' pics.
These are some previously unpublished pics of some of my work.
So ... how y'like me now? .. Oh geez! Haahaa!!! :)
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