Old 05-17-2013, 06:22 AM   #1
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I really wish they would say whether it was too much or too little, but then what would we all have to discuss on here?

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Curious...why didn't you go a little wider to avoid cutting the train off?

You may need slightly less saturation and more contrast.
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Curious...why didn't you go a little wider to avoid cutting the train off?.
I have the room to go wider. I did it that way simply because an endless train is usually given bad cropping for me. How far would you go, Jim?
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I have the room to go wider. I did it that way simply because an endless train is usually given bad cropping for me. How far would you go, Jim?
I'd probably go with something like this...



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the original has too little contrast and/or is overexposed.
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I'd probably go with something like this...



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I do like that better, its tighter on the barn and the train has a little more room.
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Now its bad color... Not to call any screeners out, but there were 50 or so in the queue when I looked last, and 4 get accepted, looks like someone was being a bit too picky...

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temperature is too hot and/or too much saturation.
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