Old 04-11-2009, 05:37 PM   #1
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Not sure where to crop this without getting a bad size rejection. Any suggestions?

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Old 04-11-2009, 08:21 PM   #2
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Man, I hate to say it, but the cropping may be a minor isssue here. I think the image quality may not be in this one. I see some funky color & blurry.. Sorry, but this one may have to go to your collection.
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I would take a little off the right side, enough to get the image into 3:2 proportion. But I agree with Douglas about the image quality.
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Agreed with Douglass as well. I usually look at the main headlight on a locomotive, and if it appears to be a white blob, it's most likely out of the focus, or suffers from poor image quality. The image just lacks real detail and as mentioned, it is a bit blurry.

You have a nice camera to work with (XTi according to EXIF), but it looks like the camera focused on the foreground, perhaps?

Looks like a nice place for a wedgie providing you had good lighting.

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Old 04-12-2009, 04:57 AM   #5
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Regardless of whether or not you choose to pursue trying to get this photo accepted, in all your work be sure to eliminate dust spots -- look in the sky above the sixth car for the obvious example in this image.
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