Old 01-16-2012, 02:26 AM   #1
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The elevator is level. The train is level. So, any takers?
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Old 01-16-2012, 02:35 AM   #2
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Even without putting a grid to it wyatt, I do get the feeling it's leaning to the right a little bit, enough to be noticeable.
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Old 01-16-2012, 02:37 AM   #3
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Even without putting a grid to it wyatt, I do get the feeling it's leaning to the right a little bit, enough to be noticeable.
I'll mess with it a little. The elevator is dead level. The bridge might be throwing you (or me?) off.
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The smallest amount of CCW rotation might help, for me.
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It's level the track has a low joint.
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You should appeal. According to the grids, the signal bridge and grain elevator are level and those are the two things in the shot you would think would be level. On the other hand, the shot does look a bit bright to me. Might want to tone that down and then resubmitt.
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When I check each individual element listed above, it is level. Looking at the entire photo=unlevel appearance. Maybe its the code line poles???
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It's level the track has a low joint.
Agreed 100% - very obvious. The lead loco only has just the slightest CW tilt to it. Appeal. If that doesn't work, give it 0.01 CCW rotation to rape & mutilate reality down to RP standards.
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He got it on, I saw it earlier when I checked new pics.
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Yes, it's on.

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I gave just a little CCW rotation.
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Good deal, Wyatt! I like the shot, but now the signal bridge has just the ever-so-slightest CCW tilt to it. Not that it bothers me - I'll just chalk it up to a touch of angle perspective - but just sayin' in my opinion it shouldn't have been kicked in the first place.
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Good deal, Wyatt! I like the shot, but now the signal bridge has just the ever-so-slightest CCW tilt to it. Not that it bothers me - I'll just chalk it up to a touch of angle perspective - but just sayin' in my opinion it shouldn't have been kicked in the first place.
I'll agree with you on that, but in reality that bridge really does lean that way, although it's not very noticeable in person.
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I'm with Mr. Shaw, I like the shot as well. Nice down-in-the-trenches railroad scene, complete with old bridge, siding track, and an elevator in the background for a nice industrial touch. Wyatt's got a knack for kinds of shots.
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I'm with Mr. Shaw, I like the shot as well. Nice down-in-the-trenches railroad scene, complete with old bridge, siding track, and an elevator in the background for a nice industrial touch. Wyatt's got a knack for kinds of shots.
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