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Frederick 12-03-2005 10:34 PM

Bad Cropping
 
I just got a photo rejected for bad cropping. What part of it should be cropped out?

http://www.railpictures.net/viewreject.php?id=191193

VirginiaSouthern 12-03-2005 10:43 PM

The only thing that I can think of is maybe a little too much above the loco.

bnsf sammy 12-03-2005 10:44 PM

All of the right side. Leave the top if you want that tower in there.

Cyclonetrain 12-03-2005 10:47 PM

No offence, but it really doesnt seem like the kind of photo you can do alot for.. It came out a bit blurry, and some harsh lighting (sky is too bright, but you can't fix that without killing the train's lighting).. I'd retake it if possible, seems like common power. Use a tripod, it'll cut down on the blur. Also, if possible, try to use manual focus so your camera doesn't focus on the snow.

Frederick 12-03-2005 10:52 PM

There was a lot of snow on the tracks. It might be difficult to capture a train kicking up that much snow again.

busyEMT 12-03-2005 11:09 PM

It seems a bit unlevel; leaning to the right. It does need to be sharpened a bit as well. Shave off more of the sides and bring the top down to the tower (or chop some of it off).

Those are some options, but I think Cyclonetrain is correct. The locomotive is dark. If it isn't accepted after all, it was good practice with a photo editor.

ddavies 12-04-2005 02:32 AM

You want more space in the direction that the train is going, and almost none where it came from (rear of the train - the left). Problem is, I like the cloud of snow you see to the left.

The front of the loco looks sharp, I think the problem is lack of light and shooting at a very large aperature and having very little depth of field. :-(

Frederick 12-04-2005 03:06 AM

Posted for your enjoyment.

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