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Difference Badmotiv - Badangle

Sun May 08, 2005 6:30 am


In badmotiv, i can read also a reference to bad angle ...
So my other topic referenced to (bad)angle, which is part of badmotiv.
Didn't want to foul the viewer of the photos or putting the screeners in a bad light.

Sorry to Tim; didn't want to upset any screener.
But the jumpseat is a great place and i'm still wondering what is low esthetic about the photo.
Is it the pilot in view or is it because of the assymetry of the photo (more to right then to the left) ?

I would have preferred to be able to answer or explain my wording in the other topic but it's closed.
So, sorry to reply in this new topic.

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RE: Difference Badmotiv - Badangle

Sun May 08, 2005 7:04 pm

You mean this topic I guess?

I'm not a screener as you can see, so I cannot check the photo is rejected as badangle or badmotiv.

The second photo could be rejected as badangle, you could use the artificial horizon as reference line. That should be horizontal.
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RE: Difference Badmotiv - Badangle

Sun May 08, 2005 7:19 pm

Actually I think the other topic was closed because you didn't included a question about why your pics were rejected, and under which rejection rule they fell. It could have been misinterpretated and rapidly turn into a screeners bashing thread.

Guy I think you should only upload one pic of the approach your best one, the turning one as a bit too much of the pilot in it, and the other one on final is not perfecly centered. Maybe you can reedit them, and resubmit.

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