|Quoting DeltaAVL (Reply 9):
Unfortunately, all of these suffer from quality issues and there's only one thing you can do about that - get a better camera.
Poor quality is often indicative of poor photography and not always a sign of a poor camera. The fact that he was using a Rebel XTi shows that's probably the case here.
Not to sound too harsh here A380fo, but it appears you have some learning to do. Learn the camera, learn some basic photography then learn some basics in post processing, and that will be the first step to learning airliners.net and it's guidelines. It can be a slow process that may involve multiple trips to the airport so you can put everything you learned to practice.
As far as airliners.net criteria, some immediate issues I see are:
- They are not correctly leveled.
- Some are back-lit. While not always a must, it is generally a good idea to shoot with the sun at your back.
- The aircraft are not correctly centered.
- And of course, as mentioned they need to be within the correct size and aspect ratio limits.
|Quoting StealthZ (Reply 13):
Judging from some of the photos in your 2nd & 3rd batch, You are not paying attention!
That will alienate other members more than anything.
|Quoting Sulman (Reply 20):
Something's not right here.
I think the images we are seeing are up-sampled from flickr. If that's the case, that explains the very strange quality issues with them.
I believe that is the problem. Click on the photo to bring up the link to flickr where the photo can be viewed - in full - in a larger size.
[Edited 2008-01-30 04:16:03]
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