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Pleae Explain The Baddouble Rule

Thu Jun 23, 2005 8:38 am

While not aiming to be critical of the individual photographers involved, I would request an answer to this question.

Why are two VERY SIMILAR photos of the exact same aircraft, taken at the same location, on the same day, from virtually the same angle accepted into the database? What exactly does Baddouble mean, how is it applied, and would this not be an instance of baddouble?

Thanks for your answers and clarifications.

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RE: Pleae Explain The Baddouble Rule

Thu Jun 23, 2005 8:43 am

baddouble doesn't apply to these examples, as they are taken by different photogs.

baddouble is usually defined as a similiar angle taken on the same day. As with every rejection reason there are variations of the theme (aka the rarity or uniqueness of the shot(s) is considered).
 
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RE: Pleae Explain The Baddouble Rule

Thu Jun 23, 2005 8:46 am

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RE: Pleae Explain The Baddouble Rule

Thu Jun 23, 2005 1:41 pm

What about this??? Same day, same location, same photographer to name recent example... I dont have anything against the photographer, I just was wondering why?


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RE: Pleae Explain The Baddouble Rule

Thu Jun 23, 2005 2:16 pm

Quoting Ltena (Reply 3):
What about this???

That has happened in the past. Two images get inserted into the database either by the photographer accidently, or by some quirk in the software. I just got an email today that I had a duplicate photo like that, and that one was removed leaving just the one. I had never noticed it, and it had been that way a little over a year. They are in the process of removing many of the duplicates according to the email.
 
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RE: Pleae Explain The Baddouble Rule

Thu Jun 23, 2005 2:28 pm

The second one has being already removed.

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