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### Bad Center Reject - Pls Help

got this one rejected for badcenter. do I have to crop less on the left side?

http://www.airliners.net/procphotos/...ain?filename=F-GSTD-XFW-051105.jpg

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### RE: Bad Center Reject - Pls Help

 Quoting Rotate (Thread starter):do I have to crop less on the left side?

Yes you have it, That is what I woluld have done as it's nice and tight on the right but you have too much space on the left. Or just move the a/c to the left so that there is the equal amount on both sides but keep it tight.

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### RE: Bad Center Reject - Pls Help

ciao fergul,

 Quoting Fergulmcc (Reply 1):That is what I woluld have done as it's nice and tight on the right but you have too much space on the left.

I asked, if I have to crop LESS on the left side   if I crop MORE on the left side the plane (ex wing) is even more on the left side .... , do you get what I mean?

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### RE: Bad Center Reject - Pls Help

nice photo, seams like you were really close!

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### RE: Bad Center Reject - Pls Help

yeah you gotta have the same amount of space on either side for it to be centered correctly in a.net standards, i have the same problem, i like to crop a little less in the direction the plane is flying because it gives the perspective of actual flight or speed, in any photography class they would prolly tell you to do the same, but not here.

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### RE: Bad Center Reject - Pls Help

Hi Robin

Sorry I didn't m ake myself very clear but I do see your point. There is too much dead space in front of the nose. It's not contributing to the photo in any way. Therefore I would crop tighter to the nose and a little bit away from the wing tip on the right, as you are very tight there. If you do that the plane, whole plane that is, would be more centered.

Hope that helps

Take care

Fergul  {Sun}

Edit:

 Quoting Aitek (Reply 4): in any photography class they would prolly tell you to do the same, but not here.

Bang on Chris, that is waht I learned too but as you said A.net doesn't want that.

[Edited 2005-08-09 17:51:54]
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### RE: Bad Center Reject - Pls Help

 Quoting Fergulmcc (Reply 5): Therefore I would crop tighter to the nose and a little bit away from the wing tip on the right, as you are very tight there.

okidok seems okay, if I just let a little more space on the right ... , as I dont want to crop it that tight on the left.
Guys, thx vm for your help ....

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