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Picture quality: Why are there people in the photos?

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Picture quality: Why are there people in the photos?

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We feel strongly that the true value of our pictures is that they were taken under game conditions. Some stadiums have beautiful renderings that have absolutely no feel to them. The imperfections of our pictures give the photos life. They are what you would see if you went to the game. You don’t buy tickets to a rendering. Picture quality: Some pictures have shadows that make it hard to see clearly. We believe that this is another important quality of the photos. The shadows that occur are exactly what you would get if you attended a game just as we have. Use the shadows as additional information. The purpose of the photo is not to frame it, but for it to be realistic. For this reason, we tried not to doctor the photos in any way. Picture quality: The picture is blurred, too dark, and/or tilted. We have made every effort to avoid these problems, but we are amateur photographers, and we had to take the photos in a game atmosphere. That means people are in the way, the lights are turned

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