Join These Amazing Customers
People love making projects with Kee Klamp and Kee Lite fittings. If you build a project and send us some pictures, we'll show you some love and send you a Simplified T-Shirt.
How does this work?
- Order fittings from our web site
- Build your project
- Take some pictures with a digital camera
- Fill out this form and upload your pictures
- We send you a Simplified T-Shirt for Free!
A Word about Pictures
- By filling out this form you are releasing the rights to the photos and giving us permission to use them on our web site and in marketing material.
- The pictures need to be usable (e.g. not blurry, larger resolution). See the list of photos taking tips below.
- Please include multiple pictures from your project from different angles and different zoom levels.
- Please also include a short summary about your project that describes your project and photos.
Tips for Better Pictures
Here are a few tips for taking good pictures of your project.
- Set your digital camera settings to take high resolution pictures
Taking a larger sized picture will allow the picture to be sized and cropped in the future.
- Make sure the date feature is turned off
A large date in the bottom corner of the photo will ruin the picture, so make sure this feature is turned off.
- Set your project in a place with plenty of lighting
Be careful that the project is not "backlit" with the light source behind your project. Make sure that light is shining on what you are taking a picture of. Beware of strong flash lighting. Use natural lighting whenever possible.
- Clean up the area and move distracting objects out of the photo frame
You want to make sure that nothing distracts from you project. Clean up tools and other clutter before taking the final shots of your project.
- Make sure your pictures are in focus The key to making sure your pictures are in focus is lighting and stability. If you have a shaky hand, then use a tripod or set the camera on a solid surface. Another reason that your pictures can be blurry is poor lighting. Be sure to follow the lighting guidelines mentioned above.