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    Photography and Digital Imaging of your Weapons Systems

    We have moved this here as a place to talk about photography and imaging of our guns and accessories. Please feel free to give us your secrets about taking and manipulating your firearm images.
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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    And I hope it fits in place of the folding para stock without a cumbersome adaptor.

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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    Alex,

    I'd be willing to take the pics myself if you'd just send the XCR-M to me for a while.

    In fact, maybe we could work out some deal, I'd be willing to do your next catalog if you'd like.

    I'm proficient with digital and large format, etc. and have all my own gear.

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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    I would even second that request and say go ahead and send one to Juice, he takes a mean photo!

    But he won't share his secrets with us
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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    I forgot to mention, photography is my other inexpensive hobby.

    Used to be a profession for me for awhile. I assisted several pros in the Dallas area in the mid to late 80's before the market crashed.

    Also, worked in a studio at the same time which leased out space and equipment to pros close to downtown. The studio space was awesome, had cycloramas in two of them. One large enough for multiple-car shots.

    Had many shoots in that studio requiring extensive set building. Very good learning experience.

    Anyhow, left that field after the photo market crashed and eventually wound up in the high-tech/telecom field.

    So ... I am a little bit serious about my offer.

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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    Me too! I love your work and would love to see a catalog, and some prototype pics. How far are you from RA? Might pay for you to contact them?

    Your pics, it's all in the lighting, right?

    I have a very good set up to, paid for by the county, and I take a mean shot of a DB. :
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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    Yeah but all that frontal lighting always makes you look like a criminal in a mug shot! :

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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    I never get any complaints. If you didn't pick up on it, I take alot of photos of [email protected] :-X
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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    Missed that part.

    Photography is also one of my inexpensive (NOT) hobbies. I've got a lot in Nikon lenses with no current body since my camera died and I haven't replaced it yet. All my recent shots I've been posting are using my wife's Casio digital.

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    Re: Photographs of New XCR-M and the new XCR Stock?

    I just recently transitioned from 35mm film SLRs to digital SLRs (bought a Nikon D200)... I can't explain why I waited so long to change, digital is just so damm convenient!

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