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Old 12-17-2019, 03:15 PM   #8
RobJor
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I don't know the circumstances of Kevin's example but for mine, I had neither any control of scene nor much time to get in position as the scene just presented itself so this is my only shot. I certainly recognized problem but thought the scene had enough appeal.

Reading comments and looking at it seemed a problem was the empty right side with subjects off to the one side. Of course leaving the full scene is showing both cars is a railfan choice.

So I did this crop which leaves the basic elements. The trucks themselves are a problem as the scene is actually darker, 40 minutes after "sunset" on a very dreary day. Pulling much detail out of the truck area would not look so good so I look at the people blocking the trucks not completely negative.

Bob Jordan

Deleting photos, I agree with all three comments. If nothing is done as years go by it can get out of hand. It depends on the subject. Also it can be tedious and a little fear is to be too aggressive, once it is gone it is gone.
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