andrewuber
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Would This Be Badmotive?

Sat Jun 25, 2005 2:46 pm

OK I need professional help (and I also need help on this photo!). My question is - even though I've seen pics like this on a.net, will this get bad motive???

http://www.charliej.net/drew/AUBER_BADMOTIVE.jpg

I'd especially like to hear from the screeners on this one. I kinda think it would get rejected, but instead of choking up the queue, I figured I'd post it here (GREAT idea Charlie!!!).

OH and for those interested - this is the #2 intake of N552TZ, a B-757-300. This is kindof a cool shot because it shows the perforated liner of the nacelle, which helps with noise reduction.

So be brutal, it's OK. I get TONS of rejections.   

Drew

[Edited 2005-06-25 07:56:15]
I'd rather shoot BAD_MOTIVE
 
tfsphoto
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RE: Would This Be Badmotive?

Sat Jun 25, 2005 3:04 pm

Howdy Drew,

Im not sure on this one to be honest, i submitted something similar not so long back and i was rejected for 'badpersonal' and the screener had suggested "resumbit it with all the engine in view" i.e the outer cowling e.t.c.

Cool photo though  Smile

Hope this helps..

Lew
 
Jkw777
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RE: Would This Be Badmotive?

Sat Jun 25, 2005 3:28 pm

Always a bit of an iffy one! I would most definitely re-size to 1200 or 1024 for this kind of shot, personally. I would say in it's current state, it is probably more likely to get booted for badmotive, so as per Lewis's badpersonal, if the outer cowling was in view I reckon it would get on no problems.

Cheers,
Justin  Smile
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dendrobatid
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RE: Would This Be Badmotive?

Sat Jun 25, 2005 4:56 pm

I agree with the previous comments. There is no sense of scale to it, it could almost be the inside of a coffee grinder, washing machine or Hoover, a real close up.
Now, if it was running at full power, I would really take my hat off to what was left of you !
Having said all of that, I like the photo for what it is, a damned good photo, just probably not one for here.
Mick Bajcar
 
andrewuber
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RE: Would This Be Badmotive?

Sun Jun 26, 2005 6:58 am

Quoting Dendrobatid (Reply 3):
Now, if it was running at full power, I would really take my hat off to what was left of you !

LOL! But then, my widow would have to upload it under a different name, and I wouldn't get credit for all those hits!   

Drew

Oh and by the way - that would make one HELL of a coffee grinder!  bigthumbsup 

[Edited 2005-06-25 23:59:39]
I'd rather shoot BAD_MOTIVE
 
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RE: Would This Be Badmotive?

Sun Jun 26, 2005 9:42 am

Quoting AndrewUber (Reply 4):
Oh and by the way - that would make one HELL of a coffee grinder!

old english roast blend.  coffee 
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