Old 12-21-2012, 10:47 PM   #1
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This one baffles me a little, I can see a little bit as to where they are coming from, but this just seems a little too nit-picky for me...

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The engine is not lit well.
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I might nit-pick the lens glare near the headlight, which seems excessive compared to accepted shots on RP (happy to be proven wrong), and the partial flashlight trail, which because not very long is a confusing element. I would not even have known what it was but for the recent shot on RP. And the truck on the back engine on the right hand side, if you can select that and reduce exposure a bit, that would make it less distracting.
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I might nit-pick the lens glare near the headlight, which seems excessive compared to accepted shots on RP (happy to be proven wrong), and the partial flashlight trail, which because not very long is a confusing element. I would not even have known what it was but for the recent shot on RP. And the truck on the back engine on the right hand side, if you can select that and reduce exposure a bit, that would make it less distracting.
Pretty much what Janusz said, but I'd add that to the naked eye it appears to be leaning slightly CW. Also, did you expose a frame where you didn't cut the train off at the back?
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Pretty much what Janusz said, but I'd add that to the naked eye it appears to be leaning slightly CW. Also, did you expose a frame where you didn't cut the train off at the back?
The lean from the locomotive is from bad track, if I adjust too much, then the elevator complex in the background is way off. I did not shoot it with the rear locomotive in the frame completely, when I started the shot, it was not there and not intended to be in the shot. I did submit again, lightening up the shot, and drew the crop monster rejection. Even if I got it fixed, I would probably get a noise rejection next, there is just a touch too much now that I adjusted the exposure so much.
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