One of my problems these days it that when I am able to get a trip out I often end up seeing aircraft I have previously uploaded, in similar positions around the airport. Even though taken at different times, this leaves me vulnerable to getting a double rejection - in effect, they look too similar. I quote from the double rejection definition:
In certain cases you can also get this rejection if there are photos in the database that are nearly identical to the one(s) rejected here, but taken on another date by you.
This got me thinking how motive and attempts to be 'creative' might affect this, and what exactly counted as the 'motive'. My question is.... would this photo below taken today be as vulnerable to the double rejection, even though here the motive is specifically a panning shot? Does the panning motive somehow override the other elements of the images that are 'too' similar'?
Here is the photo already in my portfolio that I think would cause me the problem:
Photo © Paul Markman
I think I have my answer to this question - they look too similar and that is the end of it, irrespective of one being a panning shot and the other a 'normal' one - but am interested to hear what you think.
All the best.