heres a quick lesson in photography. No photoshop etc. I aint the techno type. First look at the lighting in the trees in the background. Looks to be high to the left. (Shot about 6:30 on the day of posting) this causes an ambient backlight as the trees are acting as a difuser. Note that the backside fin is not noticable this would indicate that the shot was taken from a low angle so as to precisley show the TRUE profile of the truck. . It was shot with a Nikon D-40 With a 18-55mm lense Set at mm (Wide angle) Flash on. From the low angle (in the ditch beside it approx. 8' ) this wash's out the shadowing under the center of the truck as well as numerous dents and misc. crappy body work. Note that as the light is filtering through the trees from left behind the truck ambient to the left of pic filtered semi direct to the right this helps side light the bottom of the garbage can. While the flash helps fill the front edges of the hood it leans against. This is called fill flash as an "Industry Term". . Let me know if you have any more questions.