I saw something like this a while ago, so I guess I'll start it right now. The capability of GT5's photo mode seems almost mind boggling, and I think we've only begun to scratch the surface. I'm sure that hard-to-tell-from-reality photos are possible with GT5. How about everybody posts their most realistic-looking shots they've taken in GT5, whether it be a standard or premium car, during a race or in photo mode, and we'll see if this catches on. Some Rules Before Posting. (If you have already posted pictures, please reread) - You can post a picture, or a number of pictures, but try not to go too much over 5 or so, 10 at the most, if it really comes to that. - The subject(s) of your pictures(s) may be anything; a car or cars, scenery, weather, but try to make it something interesting. For example, don't take a picture of a realistic-looking concrete texture in closeup; people want to see something fascinating or amazing, not boring. - Try to post realistic looking pictures. There are no restrictions, but be reasonable. Does it look like a car taken with a real camera, or does it look like it's out of a cartoon? - You may comment on other people's pictures, but try not to make the thread text-based; the point of it is for people to see and enjoy the amazing views that can be seen in GT5. - No negative comments! You can critique people's work, but try not to criticize in a mean or negative way. Stick to the rules of the forum, and try to be nice. It never feels good to be told your picture sucks. - Try to use Flickr for your photo uploads. If you don't have a Flickr account, sign up and follow the steps; if you're on GTPlanet, you can sign up to Flickr. As far as I know, Flickr provides the highest quality image links. After uploading, I would suggest going to image size "Medium 640" or "Large" on Flickr, right clicking the image, clicking "View Image," and copying the url into wraps. This way, all the pictures will be the same size and quality, and there won't be any complaints about the image sizes being too big for the screen. If anybody has any better suggestions, such as a better site to use or any tips, feel free to PM me. - Try to stick to photos straight out of GT5. If you must edit them, please indicate that you have done so in the post. I guess that about sums it up. I'll see if I can get some pictures on in the next couple of days or so; I'm just in the middle of moving to a new house and GT5 can't really be squeezed into the schedule at the moment. I have taken a somewhat realistic photo of my first car, a red Miata (lovely thing), but I haven't had time to transfer it to my PC. I'm going to have to practice using the photo mode, because it's simpler and yet more complex than what was in Forza, and far more capable. Edit: I've finally settled into my new house, and I've had some free time to go through this thread and post some pictures I have taken. First thing's first; you guys are amazing! All of these pictures are great, and some are absolutely stunning. I honestly had several moments of doubt on a couple, wondering whether the posters had posted a picture of a real car as a joke. I kid you not, these are the best pictures of cars I have ever seen. I've gone through nearly all the pictures in this thread, and while I haven't had time to comment, I've finally uploaded a few of my own. They don't hold a candle to many of the pictures in this thread, but they show the amazing versatility of GT5's engine and tell you that almost anybody can make decent or good pictures, with little or no skill. I've never been particularly good at taking pictures, even since Forza 3, but some of the pictures I took, I'm quite proud of, relative to my own skill. I know these are not the most realistic pictures, but it's what I'm capable of, I guess. Remember, be nice, follow the rules, and have fun!