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#6543 2013-10-13 05:06 GMT-5 hours    
I'm trying to understand if the main subject is centered on this photo...
Please, screeners, can you help me?

http://www.airfighters.com/photo/129849/M/Switzerland-Air-Force/McDonnell-Douglas-F-A-18C-Hornet/J-5019/

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#6544 2013-10-13 06:11 GMT-5 hours    
I'm not a Screener, but I think in this picture the sun on one of the Rocks is very artistic/important to the photo and a correct centered picture whould loose it's flair.

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#6545 2013-10-13 07:10 GMT-5 hours    
Looking at the composition of the picture the aircraft is not considered thus off center that it had to be rejected. Considerations might have been different if it were a static or taxiway shot.

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#6547 2013-10-13 09:39 GMT-5 hours    
@Joop: I did not understand your first sentence?
And regarding the original question my first thoughts were "oh well, there are many many more photos that would give more doubts regarding a "centered subject" than the one shot discussed here..." ;)

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#6549 2013-10-13 14:30 GMT-5 hours    
@joop: The shadow areas not involved in the main object are not fundamental for the scene. A little bit of scissors on PS should have worked fine. I've had rejected pictures of flying planes (not taxiing or static) for less difference in centering.

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