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gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 09:32 PM

No!!!! I can only upload 1 photo now! What!? >:(
 
WOW omg rp what have you done!? i can only upload one photo now because i tried to upload a perfectly good one sitting there! Man I thought you wanted train enthusiasts to upload the BEST photos on there. All i was trying to do was become part of this because i have already made videos of trains on youtube.. but i cant take photos and put them on rp? I asked this Nikon D3000 for a christmas gift from my parents so i could use it to take photos and put them on rp.. but NO! i cant you know why? because you wont accept my photos that look just as good as the others on the website.


OMG rp! Im just a new photographer trying to become part of this because i love trains. YOU JUST LOVE TO CUT DOWN UPLOAD LIMITS DO YOU!? :lol:



Ya rp keep rejecting my photos. :mad:



P.S You hate newbies dont you? IM 16 years old!!! :cry:


To everyone else on this forum: I have read the guidelines and everything! Please help me get going on this! I know it takes a long time to get the hang of this! :cry:

cblaz 12-29-2009 09:42 PM

First off, don't type like a 15-year-old girl texts. Second, let's see the reject.

- Chris

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 09:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cblaz (Post 106180)
First off, don't type like a 15-year-old girl texts. Second, let's see the reject.

- Chris

Who said i was typing like a 15 year old girl. Chris I dont have time for this I'm already pissed off as is. A 17 year old made fun of my youtube channel about trains. My photo was in a yard and it was an overcast day thats it!

TheRoadForeman 12-29-2009 09:45 PM

RP did not force your parents to buy your camera gear for you. Not to be harsh but, keep posting your rejections here and most folk will help you become a better photographer and you will learn your equipment better as you progress. Just remember that EVERYONE's photos including the screeners AND the owners of RP (Admins) must have their photos screened the same way as everyone elses.

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 09:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheRoadForeman (Post 106182)
RP did not force your parents to buy your camera gear for you. Not to be harsh but, keep posting your rejections here and most folk will help you become a better photographer and you will learn your equipment better as you progress. Just remember that EVERYONE's photos including the screeners AND the owners of RP (Admins) must have their photos screened the same way as everyone elses.

OK I edited it out. Thanks for the reply about being a better photographer i will post screens soon

TheRoadForeman 12-29-2009 09:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gotransitf59ph (Post 106183)
OK did my post say rp made me buy it.. no.

Your right! You did not say that but, the way you acted in your post made it sound that way.

Andrew Blaszczyk (2) 12-29-2009 09:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gotransitf59ph (Post 106179)
WOW omg rp what have you done!? i can only upload one photo now because i tried to upload a perfectly good one sitting there! Man I thought you wanted train enthusiasts to upload the BEST photos on there. All i was trying to do was become part of this because i have already made videos of trains on youtube.. but i cant take photos and put them on rp? I asked this Nikon D3000 for a christmas gift from my parents so i could use it to take photos and put them on rp.. but NO! i cant you know why? <b>because you wont accept my photos that look just as good as the others on the website.</b>

http://www.railpictures.net/viewreje...&key=341246657

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 09:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheRoadForeman (Post 106184)
Your right! You did not say that but, the way you acted in your post made it sound that way.

Alright! :)

ottergoose 12-29-2009 09:52 PM

1. Stop complaining.

2. Nobody cares how much your parents spent on your camera.

3. It's entirely possible to take shoddy photos with good equipment.

4. We were all n00bs once, and I can assure you that nobody hates you for it.

5. Post your stuff and get some feedback. The forum is willing to help you, but if you're more eager to whine than you are to learn, nothing worthwhile will come out of this for anyone.

TheRoadForeman 12-29-2009 09:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) (Post 106185)

Well Andrew, I must say, thank you!

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 09:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ottergoose (Post 106187)
1. Stop complaining.

2. Nobody cares how much your parents spent on your camera.

3. It's entirely possible to take shoddy photos with good equipment.

4. We were all n00bs once, and I can assure you that nobody hates you for it.

5. Post your stuff and get some feedback. The forum is willing to help you, but if you're more eager to whine than you are to learn, nothing worthwhile will come out of this for anyone.

2. LISTEN I EDITED THAT OUT it was my mistake! I was just mad today.

3. Ya i know that

4. K thanks for that! :)

5. I was just frustrated today but the positive feedback is helping! :) I want to learn I dont want to whine. ;)

Joe the Photog 12-29-2009 09:54 PM

Dude;

Your photo that you tried to get on does not look as good as ANY photo on this site. Sorry, but you need to take a chill pill. If you seriously want help to become a better shooter, this is the place for you. If you want to throw a temper tantrum, go get a babysitter.

Personally, I don't think you type like a 15 year old. More like a ten year old.

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 09:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Joe the Photog (Post 106190)
Dude;

Your photo that you tried to get on does not look as good as ANY photo on this site. Sorry, but you need to take a chill pill. If you seriously want help to become a better shooter, this is the place for you. If you want to throw a temper tantrum, go get a babysitter.

Personally, I don't think you type like a 15 year old. More like a ten year old.

That was ONE of the photos. That wasan't the only photo. Look at my previous post! :roll:

TheRoadForeman 12-29-2009 09:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Joe the Photog (Post 106190)
Dude;

Your photo that you tried to get on does not look as good as ANY photo on this site. Sorry, but you need to take a chill pill. If you seriously want help to become a better shooter, this is the place for you. If you want to throw a temper tantrum, go get a babysitter.

Personally, I don't think you type like a 15 year old. More like a ten year old.

Damn! This gets good! :lol:

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 09:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheRoadForeman (Post 106192)
Damn! This gets good! :lol:

No this gets worse! *facepalm* lol

TheRoadForeman 12-29-2009 10:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gotransitf59ph (Post 106193)
No this gets worse! *facepalm*

Since you are so young I will reserve some words that I feel would NORMALLY be fitting here but, lets see the rejects in question and be prepared for some constructive criticism.

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 10:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheRoadForeman (Post 106194)
Since you are so young I will reserve some words that I feel would NORMALLY be fitting here but, lets see the rejects in question and be prepared for some constructive criticism.

Alright! :) one of my rejects was in my other topic "Will rp accept... this?"

Freericks 12-29-2009 10:06 PM

Take a deep breath... and here's some advice...

1) Nothing written here is an absolute rule, but they will all help if you follow them. Follow them first, before you start to break them.

2) Capture the entire train in the frame, or have something else within the frame cut the train off.

3) Shoot on sunny days, not overcast days.

4) Shoot with the sun at your back, so that your shadow is pointing at the train.

5) Follow the rule of 1/3rds. You don't want the subject of your photograph in the center of your shot. This makes all the rest of your shot meaningless. Think about the entire frame and what the eye is going to see.

6) Make sure the train is in focus. Use a shutter speed that is fast enough to stop it. Make sure that the lens has focused on it.

The image here is not doing any of these things. Hope this helps.

Chase55671 12-29-2009 10:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gotransitf59ph (Post 106179)
WOW omg rp what have you done!? i can only upload one photo now because i tried to upload a perfectly good one sitting there! Man I thought you wanted train enthusiasts to upload the BEST photos on there. All i was trying to do was become part of this because i have already made videos of trains on youtube.. but i cant take photos and put them on rp? I asked this Nikon D3000 for a christmas gift from my parents so i could use it to take photos and put them on rp.. but NO! i cant you know why? because you wont accept my photos that look just as good as the others on the website.


OMG rp! Im just a new photographer trying to become part of this because i love trains. YOU JUST LOVE TO CUT DOWN UPLOAD LIMITS DO YOU!?



Ya rp keep rejecting my photos. :mad:



P.S You hate newbies dont you? IM 16 years old!!! :cry:


To everyone else on this forum: I have read the guidelines and everything! Please help me get going on this! I know it takes a long time to get the hang of this! :cry:

I simply don't feel like typing a long message, as simply I don't find it worth it. So, I'll go with a simple, yet effective reply.

The photo sucked. It's blurry, overexposed, and bluntly, suffers from poor image quality.

I'm 15 and am acting 10x more mature than you. You should work on that.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) (Post 106185)

:lol:

Thanks for posting Andrew. His comments are obviously innaccurate.

Chase

ottergoose 12-29-2009 10:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) (Post 106185)

This image is poorly composed - the subject is smack in the center of the frame. Look up the "rule of thirds."

The image is excessively noisy, use a lower ISO setting.

The image is soft, use "Unsharp Mask."

The light is drab and boring... not well suited for a shot like this.

Even if those issues were resolved, it'd still be a fairly boring image. There's no "sense of place," nothing of real visual interest... it seem pointless.

Luckily for you, we all started out taking pointless and poorly executed photos. You'll get better, but it'll take a good amount of patience.

Here are some images of the same subject that have pleasant light and are thoughtfully composed. Eventually you should be able to capture images that are just as interesting as these:

[photoid=301470]
[photoid=235541]
[photoid=155710]

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 10:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chase55671 (Post 106197)
I simply don't feel like typing a long message, as simply I don't find it worth it. So, I'll go with a simply, yet effective reply.

The photo sucked. It's blurry, overexposed, and bluntly, suffers from poor image quality.

I'm 15. I'm acting more mature than you. Perhaps you should consider requesting for help in a mature way.

Chase



:lol:

Thanks for posting Andrew. His comments are obviously innaccurate.

Chase

Maybe your more mature when posting on the forums. Plus you don't have Aspergers/Autism.. find out what it means and then tell me next time k? :lol: for the last damn time check out the topic "Will rp accept... this?" :lol:

Chase55671 12-29-2009 10:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gotransitf59ph (Post 106199)
Maybe your more mature when posting on the forums. for the last damn time check out the topic "Will rp accept... this?" :lol:

I checked out the "Will RP accept this?" thread and even uploaded an edited version that I made.

Chase

Chase55671 12-29-2009 10:11 PM

While I'm thinking about it, perhaps you should review this guide.

Railpictures Beginners Guide

Chase

gotransitf59ph 12-29-2009 10:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chase55671 (Post 106201)
While I'm thinking about it, perhaps you should review this guide.

Railpictures Beginners Guide

Chase

Will have a look. Thanks. :smile:

milwman 12-29-2009 10:14 PM

Ok the hard part, don't be in a hurry. You will get better and look at your shots as not good or great but something to start with. Your shot that got the boot haves a lot that needs work or reshot. Why don't you tell us what's not right, that's a start and seeing what you can do better next time.


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