Thinking it might be good to discuss the do's and don'ts of good bike photography for final build off photos. Over the years I've seen folks who spend huge amounts of time and energy building an awesome bike only to have the final product display pretty poorly because either the builder's camera was junk or they just made a lot of common mistakes when shooting the pics. Some folks have recognized their lack of skill or equipment and have either asked a friend or hired a photographer. Regardless of how it gets done, there's one thing for sure, awesome photography goes a long way in making your entry stand out. Feel free to give tips below on how to shoot great bike photos.