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09-02-2019 06:54 AM
GSCustomz
Quote: Originally Posted by Gunfire View Post
Great job! Just went through the entire log, really brought me back with all the older hardware at the beginning
Yep for sure miss the old days
08-29-2019 04:38 PM
Gunfire Great job! Just went through the entire log, really brought me back with all the older hardware at the beginning
08-18-2019 10:02 AM
Duality92 I did most of my photography with a T1i myself, but now I'm on a Nikon D5200, which is like a T5i equivalent.

Really does a great job if you know how to use it.
08-17-2019 02:07 PM
GSCustomz
Quote: Originally Posted by Sharangir View Post
You should never blame the results of your photography on your camera.

I started with a Canon Rebel and kit lens (both from around 2007) and that's more than enough for computer builds.

Light, viewing angles, depth of field (not too little!) are much more critical.
Totally agreed. Some of my very early pictures were taken from a point and shoot camera. Even though I got a better camera (Canon T1i) later, I have learned so much throughout the years, things you mentioned...
Had to gave away the T1i two years ago, so I upgraded to a t7i, for computer builds, an entry level dslr is more than enough like you said.
08-17-2019 01:01 AM
Sharangir You should never blame the results of your photography on your camera.

I started with a Canon Rebel and kit lens (both from around 2007) and that's more than enough for computer builds.

Light, viewing angles, depth of field (not too little!) are much more critical.
08-15-2019 06:28 PM
GSCustomz
Quote: Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post
Having owned and modded a 302, I love almost everything about your build AND your photography

I just can't stand carbon fiber looking vinyl, but that's really my personal opinion.
Thanks man, I know what you mean by the vinyl. Initially I only wanted to use it for the top panel after cutting the 240mm fan grill. Turned out it's not too bad I think haha IMO added a bit of characteristic so I did the same thing on the back side panel, have them on the inside of the panel as well, maybe too much for some people, but kind of grew on me over the past few years, plus it provides good protection against scratches and stuff, lol
08-15-2019 05:06 PM
Duality92 Having owned and modded a 302, I love almost everything about your build AND your photography

I just can't stand carbon fiber looking vinyl, but that's really my personal opinion.
08-15-2019 04:55 PM
GSCustomz
Quote: Originally Posted by dirty elf View Post
looks amazing. makes me want to mod my three hundred!


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Thanks man! You should definitely give it a try, totally worth it once all done
08-14-2019 08:53 AM
dirty elf looks amazing. makes me want to mod my three hundred!


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08-13-2019 05:50 PM
GSCustomz Spoiler alert, for some final pictures
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