Old 01-30-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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Old 01-30-2012, 10:25 PM   #2
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A little off of the bottom and right should do the trick.
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I agree with cropping some off the bottom and a hair off either the right or left. It's seems too "tall" as is.
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I don't see BC at all: the main point of interest, the loco front is right at the lower right ROT point. I think the histogram is off. The snow should be pure white, the photo overall have less saturation and lighter contrast.
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A little off of the bottom and right should do the trick.
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Second one looks pretty good, but I'm not a screener. By the way, it's "a colleague and I..."
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The aspect ratio is out of whack. In my crop, it still needs something off the left, but that would take the next track over. Still, I think my crop is close.
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Joe's, plus a bit more off the bottom.
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Here, try something like this!
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