Although it was shot on the same day, I thought it was different enough not to warrant a double rejection, since:
* the aircraft is in a different configuration (one with wings swept forward, the other with wings swept fully aft)
* one shot shows the aircraft making a roll, the other shot is a formation fly-past
* one shot shows more the right side of the aircraft, the other the left side of the aircraft (although I admit they both show more of the bottom-side, but top-side and bottom-side were never used to avoid double rejections).
walter2222 From Belgium, joined Sep 2005, 1312 posts, RR: 23
Reply 2, posted (3 years 6 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 530 times:
Actually, the rejected shot shows the left side (indeed seen from below), whereas the other shot shows the right side (also seen from below).
PS: I 've had shots accepted (in the past), where the only difference was "canopy open vs canopy closed" or "gear down vs gear up". So I thought that the wing configuration was a different enough motive (together with the other side), but I guess that I 'll have to accept that screeners see it differently