locsta
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Too Much Dead Space?

Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:45 am

Wanted to get some opinions on this shot....



Is there a problem with motiv?

Any opinions or comments would be much appreciated!

Thanks,

Kevin
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dazbo5
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:48 am

Way too much dead space for a.net I'm afraid, distance rejection.

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JeffM
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:58 am

Quoting LOCsta (Thread starter):
Is there a problem with motiv?

The motive is why you shot the photo in the first place.....I assume you liked it, or wouldn't have shot it. As for here, it will be a distance, quality, etc... and probably motive reject.
 
Knighty
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Thu Sep 28, 2006 8:36 am

Its a nice mountain, shame those 2 aircraft got in the way... Definite motive rejection on mountains.net!
It's a nice photo, just that it really isn't a photo of two aircraft in front of a mountain (see INN as an example), its a photo of a mountain with 2 aircraft in front of it, so for this site it'll be a motiv rejection for sure.

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locsta
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Fri Sep 29, 2006 2:07 am

hehe, point taken.  Wink

I will submit it to mountains.net instead.

JeffM, you say quality, etc... could you elaborate a bit? Is it the image itself or the post processing? Just curious.

Thanks,

Kevin
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Lanas
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Fri Sep 29, 2006 2:23 am

Quoting Knighty (Reply 3):
Definite motive rejection on mountains.net

LOL  laughing 

Kevin
I´d say your picture motiv is not correct. The mountain is not even in the center of the picture. Also it´s pretty soft and has a very low quality for a.net standards. You might like to notice that it´s also unlevel. Check out the poles all over the picture, they are needing some CW rotation.

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BoeingOnFinal
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Fri Sep 29, 2006 3:47 am

Quoting Knighty (Reply 3):
Its a nice mountain, shame those 2 aircraft got in the way... Definite motive rejection on mountains.net!

I had to check if that was an actual site, apparantly it's not  Smile Thanks for the comedy!
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TransIsland
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Fri Sep 29, 2006 7:15 am

Too bad there's so much heat haze, so it won't make it as an airport overview either.  Wink

Love the photo though, but I agree with Jeff's remark about the quality. The planes aren't sharp, and have a halo around them.
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locsta
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RE: Too Much Dead Space?

Fri Sep 29, 2006 4:05 pm

well unfortunately the photo was rejected on mountains.net  for plane obstructions
Thanks for the feed back, and now I am on a mission to get this damn Mount Rainer (btw, could only find 3 pics that included it in the DB) in a decent shot and at the same time get a decent shot period.  

Is this an improvement?


again, any feed back is much appreciated!

Thanks,
Kevin

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