From August, 2000. I know that this has been in the forum a million times, but I quote from the uploads page: "Rare photos - easy to get accepted" This is one of 7 DHC-7s in the fleet, and the only one in these colors. I don't believe it has ever flown OUTSIDE of Israel. I mentioned that in the remarks. Plus, I personally don't think it is too low in quality http://www.airliners.net/procphotos/rejphoto.main?filename=visa.JPG
These are all from landing in Tel Aviv. They are over/underexposed. Should I brighten/darken them? The sun was shining at me, so I used the shadows to my advantage (or so I thought). One just like the first got uploaded recently:
Staffan From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (14 years 4 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 2254 times:
I don't think there is anything you can do to either of the last three to get them accepted here. Taking photos against the sun is a bad recipe.
The one taken inside the cabin features people, so there is no point in trying to get that accepted on a.net.
The one through the window at night... I see a winglet, half an a/c and a bright light that I don't know what it is. Getting shots of partial a/c shot in good conditions accepted is hard enough, so getting one shot through a window, at night with a winglet covering it would be even harder.
On the shots of the alps I have to agree with the screener, they would have made fantastic backgrounds for a wingshot, but as they are now, there's really no subjuct in them.
The VISA tail shot, it's low in quality.
UAL A320, again a shot against the sun.
The Croatian Airlines tailshot I like the composition of, it would have been even better if it filled the whole frame. To get nose- or tailshots accepted, they have to be super high quality, so they are difficult.
The EWR nightshot is blurry because of the low shutterspeed, taking these kind of photos is very difficult, that is why there are so few of them on a.net
When you take photos, always have the sun behind you, and think about what it is you want to show with your photo. Start with taking basic photos of a/c taxiing and try to fill the frame.