|Quoting Mr Spaceman (Reply 1):|
Well, the Navajo was infact level .... perfectly level. Unless the brand new hangar beside the Piper that I used as a guide
|Quoting Silver1SWA (Thread starter):|
If I sound like a baby here, I apologize but I would like things around here to be consistently fair. I have had a few rejections lately for the horizon not being straight and level in my pics. Personally, I don't find it to be that noticeable. There is a newly added picture of a Southwest 737 where the horizon is significantly not level. I wont include it here unless I need to. I'd rather not single out this photo and photographer. But I don't understand how that made it through when it is so obviously tilted. All I ask for is a level playing field here.
|Quoting Silver1SWA (Reply 7):|
Thanks Nick. I didn't think it was a good idea in the first place but thought it might help make things easier for those wanting to help. I removed it.
BTW, I did edit my photo and rotated the image and cropped it. It's in the queue right now.
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