Apparently the image in question is
The deletion request didn't say "bad composition" but "Low quality,
outside of project scope <http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/COM:PS>.
Being listed in a gallery does not grant an automatic "in-scope"
determination." The image is low quality and it wouldn't be a great
loss. But I'd still vote "keep" cause the ways of relevant image use are
inscrutable. Even if the piercing can be hardly seenm the image can
still be used (just some ideas):
* an article about the specific type of necklace
* some article about human mimic
* a wikibook about image composition (as a bad example)
Even bad images can be useful in other contexts. Contexts the original
uploader and the delete voters may not have thought about. There's no
limit in disk space, so no reason to delete images that could be useful
in contexts that may not be imagined at the moment.
Marcus Buck hett schreven:
Teofilo hett schreven:
I discovered this morning "poor
composition" as an argument for
deleting a picture (from someone else, not me). It means that the
"picture of the day" people are slowly highjacking Wikimedia Commons
to turn it into a beauty contest.
If that really is the only reason for deletion then the deletion request
will be denied soon. It's just a single person. Everybody can file a
deletion request. You don't need to bother about a single person with
bad judgement. There are other people with better judgement who will