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Old 02-12-2018, 07:18 PM
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Default Do you consider this to be "centered?"

I have lost perspective after looking at so many cards over the years. Never thought that would be possible. Do you guys consider this to be a well centered card?
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Old 02-12-2018, 07:32 PM
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Yes.
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I would not call that "perfectly centered" or "dead nuts centering" or even "50/50 centering", but, yes, that is overall a "well centered" card (and I'm a centering snob, so to speak).

The one thing that helps is the T/B centering is just about perfect, while the L/R is 60/40 at worst.
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I would not call that "perfectly centered" or "dead nuts centering" or even "50/50 centering", but, yes, that is overall a "well centered" card (and I'm a centering snob, so to speak).

The one thing that helps is the T/B centering is just about perfect, while the L/R is 60/40 at worst.
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Totally agree with CW.
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I would not call that "perfectly centered" or "dead nuts centering" or even "50/50 centering", but, yes, that is overall a "well centered" card (and I'm a centering snob, so to speak).

The one thing that helps is the T/B centering is just about perfect, while the L/R is 60/40 at worst.
How about "elite centering'" lol.
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Thanks, gents. I appreciate the feedback. After looking at so many, my eyes have started to cross. Agreed 100% it isn't perfect, but I was thinking it was in acceptable parameters.

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As someone who focuses on centering, that is centered.
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I'm an engineer, so no card has perfect centering. Our rulers are just not fine enough.

As far as that Clemente: Yes it is well centered and easy on the eyes.
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