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    I need your verdict please


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    Hi guys.

    I've written a review for a pair of Tag Heuer sunglasses and I'm in the process of getting it live on the site.

    But the pictures which have been supplied are really awkward.

    Don't get me wrong, they look very good, but they just won't fit into the article and look good. Mainly because they are too narrow and therefore don't fit in well with the text.

    Normally I would just pop them in and let the text do the work to impress the client but this is a potential deal-breaker and I really want to make it look good.

    If you have a minute, could you please advise me on a way I could get the images to look better in the post?

    BTW, I've put them all into one image, I've tried taking my own photos and I've even tried cropping them a bit closer, but I just can't find a combination that works.

    Here are the pics:








    I appreciate all feedback and thank you for taking the time to help me.

    All the best,
    Joe

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    Which website will they be posted on? Just to see the overall layout....

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueocto View Post
    Which website will they be posted on? Just to see the overall layout....
    Whitley Golf - I have put the post live now (but set the date as last year and not included tags so no-one can find it) and whacked a few of the pics in there for you to see.

    TAG Heuer Squadra 5500 Series Golf Sunglasses Whitley Golf — Equipment, Instruction, Fashion and Fitness

    Please note: the text is still unfinished and none of the images are cropped like I would have them - this is just to briefly illustrate what it is going to look like. As you will see they just don't fit in well.

    Thanks a lot Caroline.

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    Scrap it, I've just squared the images up a bit and I think it looks OK(ish).

    TAG Heuer Squadra 5500 Series Golf Sunglasses Whitley Golf — Equipment, Instruction, Fashion and Fitness

    Anyone have any thoughts on how I can make it look better?

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    I like it but maybe a few too many similar shots: I would suggest getting rid of some as there are too many photos
    Nuksies

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