I'd appreciate some assistance with the following pictures. I'm using an Olympus C-740, and frankly thought I had all the bases covered on this run. They turned out to be some of my best work, and certainly the best air to air I've managed so far. Apparently the screeners didn't think as much of them.
I hate to sound like I'm complaining, but I honestly can't see why these photos were rejected whilst some of my others have not been. It's especially disheartening to go through all the trouble of arranging an air-to-air shoot, get rather good results for my own experience, and have the screeners just flick them away with the click of a mouse. Sometimes I think I should just stick to flying the things and be satisfied with that. I appealed the feathered shot, because I haven't seen that many air-to-air shots with a secured engine, but I assume Johan didn't care for it, as it is no longer in the appeal queue, even though I received no email with an answer. Any thoughts would be appreciated...
[Edited 2004-09-11 02:16:24]