serge
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Advice Needed On These Rejected Photos..

Sun Mar 24, 2002 1:42 pm

Hi again everyone.

I just got back a bunch more photos from my trips and tried submitting ones that were all cleaned up.. 5 have gotten rejected and 1 passed on to Johan. Please let me know how I can improve these:




"low esthetics"




"showing people" What should I do? I had gotten permission to take photos up there...




"low quality"




"low esthetics""




"low esthetics"

Thanks!  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

...Serge
 
airplanenut
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RE: Advice Needed On These Rejected Photos..

Sun Mar 24, 2002 2:58 pm

The shots with the wingtips covering a part of the plane won't make it... I already tried...

Last one is cut of front and back and has little contrast
I like the t/o shot a lot

Jeremy
Why yes, in fact, I am a rocket scientist...
 
serge
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RE: Advice Needed On These Rejected Photos..

Mon Mar 25, 2002 8:49 am

Thank you Jeremy for the response. I was very excited to get back those Eva Air shots, its a shame a.net doesn't like them  Sad Maybe once I but a negative scanner I will try to get them to HQ and appeal them to Johan if they are rejected again...

Thanks for liking the SFO takeoff shot, its a shame that one is "low quality" I'll see what I can do, I think its just the prints that causes it...

I have a zoomed out version of the last photo (Regina, YQR) that I submitted, It might get accepted because it shows the tail as well and an added bonus of a King Air rotating..

thanks, please keep the replies coming everyone!
...Serge  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
 
fuairliner
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RE: Advice Needed On These Rejected Photos..

Mon Mar 25, 2002 7:53 pm

Serge,

In my opinion, the three shots which were rejected for "low esthetics" don't have any chance. Appealing won't help. The wingtip in #1 distracts the picture a lot, #4 looks very strange (at a first glance it looks as if the wingtip was added with Photoshop) and the cut off tail in #5 also distracts the whole picture.

If you're able to get rid of the noise in the sky and brighten up the colours a bit, #3 certainly has a chance, but nowadays those kind of shots need to be excellent quality, so keep trying.

Regarding the people: Do you also have permission to publish the pilots on the internet?


Good Luck!

Frank
Frank Unterspann - Hamburg, Germany

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