View Full Version : Horizontal or too dark

09-03-2004, 03:31 PM
I have no problem with this being rejected,

But I wanted to give a chance to see it before it is removed from the rejected images.

The first time was rejected because was not to horizon... it was corrected and re-sumitted.
It was again rejected this time for being too dark..

Why they don't say so in the first place, that they do not want the picture, at least I would not lose time trying to correct minor imperfection.



09-03-2004, 04:17 PM
You may want to tilt it about a half degree clockwise. As far as the lighting is concerened, when you have less than perfect light, sometimes it will help to make the photo black and white. Sometimes that works and sometimes it doesn't.

09-03-2004, 04:30 PM

I know it is very frustrating, and from other threads that I have read I have the understanding that work is in progress to fix the "only getting one problem with the photo" problem, like Jetphotos. However I myself really hope that the work is soon finished for this because it really is a pain when you do the work to fix the problem and find that there is other problems with the photo. I also understand how much work there is in maintaining a website, or in Chris Starnes case, what is it now three? Anyways, railpictures is just fine as it is now, but there is a lot of work that should be done in the future, when the time exists for the staff of RailPictures!

Lord Vader
09-03-2004, 09:56 PM
We can only provide one reject reason at a time the way the screening system is configured.

09-04-2004, 01:12 AM
What's this,
its the computer now calling the shots for the screener....
and one reject reason at a time, with one picture the screener could not see between a too dark option and an horizon leveling option on the same frame...
No wonder everything is too dark, this must be set as default option...
Maybe those pictures should be reviewed with the default option off.
You never know..

To view my pictures

Chris Starnes
09-04-2004, 01:55 AM
What are you talking about? Your last post makes no sense....

09-04-2004, 02:42 AM
I surely hope so....

but the way the TOO DARK option is used I don't know...

and I still maintain these two pictures should be reviewed...


To view my pictures

09-04-2004, 01:51 PM
:cry: I have no problem with this being rejected
Your kidding right? :lol: