ranger703
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Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 7:56 am

Hi all,

Posted on the Mil forum and the fact that at least one person thinks they are not bad shots,I was wondering whether shot 1 or 3 were acceptable to Airliners?

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Andy
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RE: Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:07 am

Hey Andy

I think the first shot is your best chance... Id recrop it if possible and drop the plane down a little in the frame. And also resize it to 1024x683. It looks level to me, but just double-check that. This shot has an excellent chance at getting accepted here. Congrats on gettin such a neat photo!

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RE: Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:37 am

Andy

Like Mike, I think that only the first shot has a chance of getting in the DB. Quality is very neat, despite needing some extra kick of sharpness, but what really concerns me is the motive. You should see if you could include the whole of the right wing. Otherwise, I don´t think it will make it.
I would give a bit of CW rotation to it, as well.

Hope it helps. Big grin

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RE: Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:09 am

Yeah I think the first one should do ok.
 
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RE: Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 9:32 am

Just so you know, I can't get those files to appear any more in the other thread...

Quoting Lanas (Reply 2):
what really concerns me is the motive. You should see if you could include the whole of the right wing.

That's a good point about the motive. But a recent acceptance makes me think it shouldn't be too much of a problem:


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This was accepted yesterday. So, I think with such a unique shot, they'll be willing to over look the motive. But who really knows... =)

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RE: Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 10:41 am

Id say no the first shot looks the best but stands a motive rejection
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RE: Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 1:46 pm

Id say the motive is decent enough to meet A.net standards, It is after all a very interesting shot  Smile





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RE: Acceptable To A.Net

Mon Jul 16, 2007 5:00 pm

Quoting Ranger703 (Thread starter):
I was wondering whether shot 1 or 3 were acceptable to Airliners?

N°1 is your best candidate.

Quoting Scottieprecord (Reply 1):
Id recrop it if possible and drop the plane down a little in the frame. And also resize it to 1024x683. It looks level to me, but just double-check that. This shot has an excellent chance at getting accepted here.

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Quoting Lanas (Reply 2):
what really concerns me is the motive. You should see if you could include the whole of the right wing.



Quoting Ilikeflight (Reply 5):
Id say no the first shot looks the best but stands a motive rejection

You won't get a motive rejection when showing such a unique situation; at least not for cutting the right wing but maybe we have lots of birdfriends among the screeners...?  Wink

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