Old 06-06-2011, 02:22 AM   #1
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IF "bad angle" and "bad color" are next to each other as choices on the screener's window, then definitely a misclick; color is poor, all blue tint, the (allegedly ) gray hoppers, the yellow on the last engine. Auto Smart Fix in PSE does a decent job with it, perhaps you can do better.
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I think it is bad angle because the lead engine is "going away", i.e. you can see the back of the long hood and the back of the cab... I know it's a bit of a stretch, but they are extremely picky with the angle stuff... what you need is a picture taken a few seconds before this one... and fix that color issue too. Looks like it was shot through a tinted window...
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Thanks for the help. I adjusted the color problem and uploaded a shot, that was taken about five seconds before (when the train wasn't as far across the bridge).
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Old 06-06-2011, 11:45 AM   #5
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I think it is bad angle because the lead engine is "going away", i.e. you can see the back of the long hood and the back of the cab
He is at a virtually 90 degree angle, thats not it. The color is horrid. Fix that blue tint
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Well done, mate!

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Hi Nick, great picture now. I think you had white balance in wrong setting, hence the blue color. Regards, Peider
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Thank you very much, to everyone!
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