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Topic: Prop Engine/s
Username: eskillawl
Posted 2012-11-26 13:33:49 and read 4133 times.

Hi, I got a question that about categories when uploading photos to a.net. When uploading Single Prop a/c I should put the photo in the Single Prop category, but when uploading a/c with Two Prop engines the category would be Airliner/Other, am I right?

Ex, this picture in the upload que: http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/b...y/l1353964996.3858f-gpei389235.jpg

Is Airliner/Other the right category?

Thx / Eskil

Topic: RE: Prop Engine/s
Username: Ptrjong
Posted 2012-11-26 13:40:28 and read 4128 times.

Yes.

And the owner of this aircraft is an aviation company I think, which is an Airline in a.net terms, so it's not Private.

Topic: RE: Prop Engine/s
Username: eskillawl
Posted 2012-11-26 14:05:38 and read 4122 times.

Thank you sir!

/ Eskil

Topic: RE: Prop Engine/s
Username: chuck9941
Posted 2012-11-26 17:10:16 and read 4082 times.

Just playing advocate here but having just had a few rejected with similar composition I would say that the aircraft looks low in frame. Since queue space is at a value you may want to look for further feedback or consider a new crop.

Topic: RE: Prop Engine/s
Username: dlowwa
Posted 2012-11-26 18:51:13 and read 4071 times.

Quoting chuck9941 (Reply 3):
Just playing advocate here but having just had a few rejected with similar composition I would say that the aircraft looks low in frame.

The crop/centering is fine. If anything, it's actually a little high.

Topic: RE: Prop Engine/s
Username: eskillawl
Posted 2012-11-27 01:52:50 and read 4042 times.

Quoting chuck9941 (Reply 3):

Just playing advocate here but having just had a few rejected with similar composition I would say that the aircraft looks low in frame. Since queue space is at a value you may want to look for further feedback or consider a new crop.
Quoting dlowwa (Reply 4):
Quoting chuck9941 (Reply 3):
Just playing advocate here but having just had a few rejected with similar composition I would say that the aircraft looks low in frame.

The crop/centering is fine. If anything, it's actually a little high.

Thank you guys for you advice! I've found out that this is quite indefinitely among the screeners how to crop the pictures. I'm glad to get all the advice I get of you! Is there anything else you can see that it maybe will get rejected for? At first sight I found quite alot noise in my picture, but then I see that it's reflections in the fuelselage from the grass and ground.

/ Eskil

[Edited 2012-11-27 02:00:29]


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