AirForceOne21
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Photo Help

Sun Aug 13, 2006 12:47 pm

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RE: Photo Help

Sun Aug 13, 2006 1:47 pm

I'm afraid the first one won't make it, the pole infront of the plane will get it rejected and its not centered left to right, it is not level with the ground. And part of the fuselodge is washed out, meaning you cant see the details, and I'm afraid the quality is far under what is accepted.

Although I like the Sun Country pic. Its not up to quality, and I'm not sure if the black and white is helping. The aircraft is not centered. It is also suffering from distance, the airaft is not close enough.

The 744 shot is good but again quality isn't there. And part of the wing is clipped out.

The 757 shot is blurred and the quality isn't there.

Don't let this put you down, you're off to a great start, but with some practice you could have some amazing shots. Firts off, lets start by cenetering the aircaft in the frame. We'll work from there. Make sure the aircraft is centered and the plane is close in the frame. Next time we might have a little more to work with, also, if you can go out when the sky is blue, it will improve your photos alot. Remember to have the sun behind you so the plane is not "backlit".

You'll do great on A.net with some more practice.

-Matt  Smile
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RE: Photo Help

Sun Aug 13, 2006 7:06 pm

^^

Agree with the above. Keep trying and you will get better! biggrin 

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AirForceOne21
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RE: Photo Help

Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:00 am

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RE: Photo Help

Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:06 am

Please take the time to look at pictures we have in the database of the planes you are submitting, keep in mind that as the website and database have evolved, so have our quality requirements. This will give you an idea of the quality of picture we are looking at.

As an example, compare your shot of N967CA, and our most recent pictures of that aircraft:


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AirForceOne21
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RE: Photo Help

Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:31 am

Thanks a bunch Guys i appreciate the Construcitve Criticism

I just purchased Photoshop CS so now i can do more to edit than i could before.

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