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(Left) Walk in the Par Easy 3 Hole Golf Tunnel.jpg|(Left) Walk in the Par (Easy - 3 Holes)
 
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(Center) Hole-some Fun Medium 6 Hole Golf Tunnel.jpg|(Center) Hole-some Fun (Medium - 6 Holes)

Latest revision as of 07:18, April 17, 2015

Oh, I almost forgot! I have another trick I don't think I've shared with you yet.

By changing the camera angle, you can give viewers a general idea of where to find the thing you're taking a picture of.

It gives them just a little bit more context.

It's not always useful, and it's not always good, but in the right situations, it can still be awesome!

It's probably useless for most of the Toon buildings on streets, but it seems to work really nice with street tunnels. I think I did this with the pictures for the Donald's Dreamland street tunnels.

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