Johan, one question: why do you accept Sint Maarten pictures? Did you get permission of all the persons and naked women in the picture? Those St Maarten shots are artistic, but are not removed.
Maybe you can start a topic about Sint Maarten pictures, B-OTCH
Take the issue up with the editor in chief directly
I sent Johan a mail about this. But I also wanted to discuss this with the people of the previous topic who stated that they wanted a deletion (what also has nothing to do with the original question).
It's not so much that you're shot was bad (it could have been composed better, like for instance not blocking out part of the plane with the tug
This is always easy to say if you have the Carabinieri running after you by saying that taking pictures is prohibited. And btw: how could I have composed it in another way? Thanks for additional advice.
otherwise, that get rejected here while others that aren't up to the standards or break the rules seem to find their way on here. Not to say you're pic was low quality but the point is that if something like your pic made it, why do other pics that are arguably better shots continualy get rejected?
Why did my picture get 3 screeners votes, and the others not?
I mean there's quite a few pics on here that leave me scratching my head sometimes as to why they were accepted.
I totally agree. But out of respect for the photographer, I don't start topics than, and I would never ask for a deletion.
It was unfortunate that the photo was added in the first place, as you might know such photos are not accepted at Airliners.net. We're an aircraft photo database, not a car or people database.
This makes me laugh. Firstly: it got 3 screenersvotes. Secondly: maybe it is time for some variation in the database pictures? But this is only a personal opinion. I know, it is your site, but a little bit variation is always nice.
Those of you that's been around for a while know I put little value in such posts.
I don't understand what you mean here. Can you enlighten yourself a bit here please?
I apologize to the photographer and will work together with the screeners to ensure that our procedures for handling these situations improve.
As far as I know, you are the only one who can remove pictures, right? Well, if you would have been in the place of the photographer, would you appreciate it that you have to read in a mail of a friend that your picture is removed, and not in a mail of the one who removed it?
Thanks mate. This is how I think too about this.
No, the picture is nowhere else online. A.net always got priority when I uploaded my pictures, so I did not upload it somewhere else yet.
Thanks again for sharing your interesting point of view with us.