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==Photo Quality==
 
==Photo Quality==
  
Photos are to be primarily of the subject, with no obstacles hiding part of the subject.
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Photos are to be primarily of the subject, clearly showing an example of the object with minimal obstruction (preferably none).
  
 
Photos should either be of the side of the subject or a 3/4 angle shot, showing the front and one side, or the rear and one side (the latter only when accompanied by a shot of the front and one side, or just of the side of the subject).
 
Photos should either be of the side of the subject or a 3/4 angle shot, showing the front and one side, or the rear and one side (the latter only when accompanied by a shot of the front and one side, or just of the side of the subject).
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Image:Kingston Transit 0626-a.JPG
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Image:Edmonton Transit System 1038.jpg
 
Image:Welland Transit 1141.JPG
 
Image:Welland Transit 1141.JPG
 
Image:VIA Rail Canada 913.JPG
 
Image:VIA Rail Canada 913.JPG
Image:Canadian National 4706.JPG
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Image:Toronto Transit Commission 1338-a.jpg
 
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Revision as of 00:16, 3 August 2008

Copyright

Please read the general disclaimer for information regarding copyright of photographs.

Photo Name

Photographs are to be named with the transit agency and the fleet number in the title.

There should also be a suffix added after the fleet number to allow for more than one photo of the same vehicle to be uploaded.

For example: Mississauga Transit 0109-a.JPG

For further details please refer to the Naming Conventions page.

Photo Size

No thumbnails are to be uploaded as photos may be used for other pages where a larger size is required, for example manufacturer's pages, bus model pages, and the feature photo page

Photo Quality

Photos are to be primarily of the subject, clearly showing an example of the object with minimal obstruction (preferably none).

Photos should either be of the side of the subject or a 3/4 angle shot, showing the front and one side, or the rear and one side (the latter only when accompanied by a shot of the front and one side, or just of the side of the subject).

Examples: