N178UA
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Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Fri Sep 12, 2003 2:15 pm

Hi All

Looking through many of my backlog of image to process and upload, come through this one, just a low quality one to show here (just one sample of few I took)

http://samchuiphotos.com/Concorde/CON24.jpg

I know it may be a cheap hit shot, but I thought this feature inside the cabin is Unique to the soon to be history Concorde, I enjoyed my ride on her and hope to share it with the audience here. I have never been that high or that fast than that.

Screener, what do you say? This is a damn interesting inflight operation SSC photo, not a outside shot which already have tons in the Database anyway.

Sam
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Fri Sep 12, 2003 2:18 pm

we had some of those already and the all where
badmotiv

Peter - VAP-Group


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Carlos Borda
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Fri Sep 12, 2003 2:22 pm

Hmmmm... myself I would probably Badmotiv it because your not showing enough of the cabin maybe (maybe a full cabin type shot). But then again it is the SSC and no other pax plane does MACH2 @ 50,000feet!

~Los

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N178UA
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Fri Sep 12, 2003 2:30 pm

That's why I ask to avoid (another) rejection. Anyway I think it is a great memory that I treasure it now and no one can take that away  Big grin
I will upload 1 cabin and 1 cockpit shot of SSC if you don't mind.

Sam
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Granite
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Fri Sep 12, 2003 6:42 pm

Hi Sam

Badmotive for me.......but hey, if your's gets accepted, I'll upload my one also  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

What was the reg of your's again?..........G-BOAE for me.

Cheers

Gary Watt
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N178UA
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Fri Sep 12, 2003 7:37 pm

My one is G-BOAG

Just wondering is there any of those likewise photo accepted? Just like you said Gary, if they accepted someone else's I will then upload my in no fear.  Big grin

Sam
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gerardo
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Fri Sep 12, 2003 10:04 pm

Why shouldn't that pic be accepted, if this one made it??  Wow!

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I don't want to knock down the photographer, but this is a slap in the face of any photog here in my opinion. It's unlevel, it has a weird border (how many pics were rejected for the 1 pixel border in the past?) and grainy.

My 0.02 CHF

Now, I better duck  Wink/being sarcastic

Cheers
Gerardo
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Sat Sep 13, 2003 7:58 am

I love it! Personally, what I feel is a problem on this site is that there are not enough "real" shots that show what it is actually like to fly in a particular aircraft. There are people who may be thinking, "hmm, I wonder if people can tell how fast they're going on the Concorde?" But they wouldn't know what it actually looks like without a photo like this. I don't need some glamorous photo with the perfect light, perfect speed, and perfect angle to be amazed by an image. So I really like the photo and I hope it gets accepted.
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RE: Will This Kind Of Shot Be Accepted?

Sun Sep 14, 2003 12:58 am

Hmmm Gerardo has a good point.

The "motivation" in Sam's shot is to show one of the unique features of flying on the Concorde. I could be wrong, but I do believe in the rejection for badmotiv (and I've had plenty  Big grin) it says something like "a motivation for a close up would be a special sticker, paint, dirt..." In this case wouldn't it qualify?

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