Sokol
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Please Help With Some Rejections.

Sun Mar 02, 2003 2:19 pm

 
JeffM
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RE: Please Help With Some Rejections.

Sun Mar 02, 2003 2:37 pm

Sokol,
I tend to agree.
1-Wheels cut off
2-Could use a little more room on the nose.
3-a little grainy and not quite sharp?
4-Great shot, but still grainy and not sharp
5-My favorite of the bunch, don't like the car on the right though
6-angle is not great, maybe if you had moved aft some more to bring the winglet closer to the tail in the frame, and eliminated that van.

Jeff
 
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RE: Please Help With Some Rejections.

Sun Mar 02, 2003 6:42 pm

Sokol,

#1: The cut-off wheels really kill the picture
#2: I can't see any "badscan", however I would agree with a "badmotiv" rejection
#3: quite an amount of grain, not sharp
#4: quite grainy, not sharp
#5: the bad weather and the vehicles disturb the picture
#6: unusual angle, would have had more chances in sunny conditions

Sorry, but I don't think that any of the photos above can be fixed. But you've already got some great shots in the database!


Frank
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Sokol
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RE: Please Help With Some Rejections.

Mon Mar 03, 2003 9:55 am

Hi,

So what should I do with #2, #4, and #5 to look better and add on A.net ?
And is there any other one can be better to add on A.net ?


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RE: Please Help With Some Rejections.

Mon Mar 03, 2003 10:06 am

Sokol - All the shots, save for the China 747, appear unsharp and blurry. How come the desperation to get these shots into the database? They are nothing compared to some of the shots you have had accepted to the database.

Don't lower your standards just to get more shots on Airliners.

Think quality, not quantity.

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