work4bmi
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Rejected - Question?

Fri Sep 30, 2005 6:58 am

Hello,

First of all, I accept every rejection with understanding and aid to improve. However, the worst rejection for me to possibly get is this one, "badcommon"... The main reason is, my local airport (EMA) has very limited possibilities for areas to shoot from.

I have had the following rejected, which bother me slightly because my upload ratio will go down now due to commonality issue and not a quality issue.

http://www.airliners.net/procphotos/...hoto.main?filename=GBVKD.1.20D.jpg

http://www.airliners.net/procphotos/...hoto.main?filename=GBVKB.1.20D.jpg

To be fare, I appreciate the screeners view to some degree, "oh yes another baby shot he has taken before from this location"... I can see their point, but I get the impression that if "joe bloggs" had uploaded it, it would be accepted because its a different photographer, dispite the same shot?

In other words, its not the photo thats the issue as such, just the fact the same photographer had uploaded an aircraft in a similer view as before on more than one occasion?

Please dont feel am all angry, and bitter towards the screenes - am totally not, its just I'd like to know if anybody else has any views on this? Either way, I'll do my best to improve and hope a.net accept the future photos  Smile

Thanks folks!
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mhodgson
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RE: Rejected - Question?

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:01 am

Unless you already have the same type of shot in the database, I think the rejection is a little unfair - the Duty... Free aircraft is hardly in the same colour scheme
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dcrusafon
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RE: Rejected - Question?

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:07 am

Hello Aaron,

I think that the rejections are totally right and correct.

For the first rejection, you have 10 pic from that registration in EMA and the rejected pic is very similar to these two pics.

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For the second one, I found this pic in database very very similar and it is yours Smile

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BTW, very nice shoots  Smile

All the best,

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work4bmi
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RE: Rejected - Question?

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:24 am

Yep, I agree really... Suppose its just hard sometimes to accept it when you spend hours outside, and cant change the vantage point much  Smile

Thanks for liking the pics though...
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AIHTOURS
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RE: Rejected - Question?

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:26 am

I'm at East Midlands Airport as well, and I understand exactly what Aaron says about the commonality of some Aircraft.

I had G-BYZJ rejected for badcommon. It is disappointing as it's not a rejection I think is in my control as much as the others.

I did get one of G-BVKD on though.

Anyway, goodluck!
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RE: Rejected - Question?

Fri Sep 30, 2005 7:33 am

I personally am getting a lot of noa_common lately, and most of the time, there really is not a similar shot in the database (puff of smoke on landing). I think that it is more a case of there are 60 shots of the plane with a blue background in the database, so it is considered to be a common aircraft, and therefore, not wanted in the database. I honestly have a problem with this, but I don't see it changing anytime soon. I think that there is one screener who is using the Noa_Common for any picture they do not want added for any reason.

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