Cropping Help.

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A No.1
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Cropping Help.

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Ok, I thought this was going to be fine. I still can't pin a fix for it. Any ideas?

http://www.railpictures.net/viewreject. ... ey=6406603
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The pole at left is half there and half not, plus maybe a little too much sky?

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I would think just a bit tighter like that, but not super close in on the nose of the engine.. and a balance between sky, train, and ballast. That's my idea at least hope it helps, or someone else can help
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Ypsi's version is more pleasing, less clutter on the left. Appears to me that the image is tilted a bit to the right. But I like the position of the signals because both of them are visible. Perhaps they would have been happier if the image was tighter (more telephoto) with the locos splitting the signals.

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Thanks.
GT HOG

Es sind 80 meilen nach chicago, mein tank ist halb voll sprit, ein six pack , es ist dunkel und ich hab meine sonnenbrille auf , LOS GEHTS!!

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GT HOG

Es sind 80 meilen nach chicago, mein tank ist halb voll sprit, ein six pack , es ist dunkel und ich hab meine sonnenbrille auf , LOS GEHTS!!

MY STUFF http://www.railpictures.net/showphotos.php?userid=38143

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A No.1 wrote:http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.p ... 201&nseq=1

I also did a bit of rotation.
It is a great picture :)

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Would have been better with the CNJ unit or something but Thanks.
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A No.1 wrote:Would have been better with the CNJ unit or something but Thanks.
You don't need a special train to make a great train picture.

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