Some of the best sets to be released, as far as the photographic quality is concerned, came from the late-90's Pinnacle and Zenith issues. It seems like the company spent most of its time in the 1990s making random foil and limited/serial-numbered issues without really focusing on quality photographs and photo-first designs. But eventually - maybe a little too late - the company realized that Upper Deck was getting all the recognition for its beautiful base cards. I think Pinnacle ended up with way too many great photos, because in 1998 it issued packs of "team snapshots."
The teams issued were: Angels, Braves, Cardinals, Cubs, Devil Rays, Diamondbacks, Dodgers, Indians, Mariners, Mets, Orioles, Rangers, Red Sox, Rockies, and Yankees - fifteen teams, for a total of 270 snapshots. Packs were issued regionally, so finding Braves packs here in San Francisco was somewhat surprising.
I picked this pack up in August for a dollar, and I wish I had bought more, as it is a great set, as far as photography is concerned. I kept one of the snapshots for my collection, but the other seven are for trade. I don't remember who they are - you can see four of them above - but I'd like to trade them all as a package deal. If I come across a bunch more, I may try to assemble a master set.