I'm wanting a little advice as to whether or not this shot of mine will fall foul of the level rule?
Basically, it has been levelled with the broad line of the horizon, to the left of the nose, most of which is cropped out. It has been pointed out to me that the shot could receive a 'badlevel' rejection because the line of the grass in the foreground is not level and this is the only reference in the shot. It would seem clear to me though, that to have this line levelled from such an angle would make the shot look obviously false, as the only way it could be level is if I was stood at 90 degrees to the aircraft, which I clearly wasn't.
I'd be interested to hear people's thoughts, particularly those of the screeners, if any read this.