Old 06-23-2013, 05:28 AM   #1
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Default Leveling help please

I have put a grid over this shot and can't see the unlevel, what should I be using to level the shot?

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Old 06-23-2013, 05:54 AM   #2
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I'd appeal as it looks just fine to me.
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Old 06-23-2013, 12:50 PM   #3
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It dosent get any more level than that. Appeal.
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Going by the verticals on the handrails on the nose, it could go CCW a bit.
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Going by the verticals on the handrails on the nose, it could go CCW a bit.
Agreed, but the handrails lean a bit, the shot was levelled using the front right cab edge and the vertical window frame on the front.
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Agreed, but the handrails lean a bit, the shot was levelled using the front right cab edge and the vertical window frame on the front.
Are you speaking photo's right or loco's right? Speaking in terms of photo's right, that cab corner still has a very slight CW lean. Enough to worry about? Not in my book. The photo left cab corner appears to be leaning more so. It almost has the appearance that the loco is torqued or twisted as the rear of the loco is plumb.
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It's leaning 0.000000000000001% to the right. I can tell and so can the screeners.

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It's leaning 0.000000000000001% to the right. I can tell and so can the screeners.

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I appealed and still waiting the outcome, So went with a wider angle with the whole train.

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I appealed and still waiting the outcome, So went with a wider angle with the whole train.

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Better shot of the two, too!
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