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    Need some 'Action Shots'

    Hi folks, we just released version 3.0 of our website and I've been asking for feedback from customers. One of the comments I've gotten a couple times is that it's really hard to have a sense of scale with the stock images, since it's just a blank cutting board on a white background. I am TERRIBLE at photography, so I thought I'd solicit your help. If any of you are skilled with a camera and would be willing to take website-worthy shots of your BoardSMITH boards in action (ie with food/knife as staging to give a sense of the size of the board), I'd really appreciate it. Heck, I'll even bribe you.

    You can e-mail the images to theboardsmith1@gmail.com. If I use them, I'll be happy to give you $20 in store credit towards a new cutting board. Would be great to get a couple different sizes in a couple different woods if possible.

    Thanks so much!

    John
    John Loftis
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    Senior Member redisburning's Avatar
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    does it have to be a board you made or can it be one of Dave's?

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    The walnut Magnum is crazy and awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redisburning View Post
    does it have to be a board you made or can it be one of Dave's?
    Either way is fine. Our techniques and sizes are identical, so the products should match.
    John Loftis
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    Love the color and pattern on Reede's board. Awesome work John. I'm guessing that is an 18x24x3?

    Currently deciding what the ideal size should be for my counter space...

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    action shot

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ID:	28474Here is another pic.

    With my DT ITK and aged prime beef. Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reede View Post




    Nice Hi-Power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadDurrr View Post
    Love the color and pattern on Reede's board. Awesome work John. I'm guessing that is an 18x24x3?
    The contrast between heartwood and sapwood on the walnut can sure look purty.

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