Composite images including stacking are not permitted. If you can cite the image in question via a PM to [email protected].net, we can look into it. Thanks Jehan I did just that on 5/28 but hadn’t heard anything, hence this post. I’d rather have a discussion about why this is still a rule, es...Jump to post
Is stacking exposures (at least for light trails, if not other purposes) now allowed? A recently accepted photo with clear signs of stacking is leading me to ask. Last time this came up there was community support but a change was not approved.Jump to post
What camera/lens are you using?
My standard advice: sun at your back in the morning or evening, slow moving or still subject that is close to you.
Unequal space between aircraft and frame edges, poor lighting, too much dead space, and the wing is awkwardly clipped in the first image. Photography is mostly about light, and it's not doing you any favours here unfortunately. Thank you. What sort of lighting do I want for photos here? I am assumi...Jump to post
It's clearly right in frame based on what I understand the standards here to be. Personally, I'd crop it so that the distance from the nose to the edge of the frame and tail come to edge of the frame were equal (and still show the h-stab), but that's not acceptable either...Jump to post
In addition to what dutchspotter 1 says, they both look quite blurry and over-sharpened to compensate. Jehan I can definitely fix the crop, but is there anything I can do about the blur? How do you avoid blurry photos in the future? I think it may have been caused by my use of F/5.6 Probably doesn'...Jump to post
Hello As we noted, there is no problem if you share your images on social media. Everyone appreciates them and they get the recognition they deserve. The owners, crew and community who make up the site will not tolerate a member generating their own false views and PC votes. We did warn and unfortu...Jump to post
Photo Acceptance Guide has your answer. Flat = low contrast.Jump to post
Hello Just to update on the Air Zaire 737. It was deleted after community complaints of breach of copyright. We followed up and the deletion was not correct even though it was presented to the DB Editors as a copyright violation. We have asked for a reupload as the photographer really does own the ...Jump to post
They told you in the message: "Untitled (Korean Air)"Jump to post
Serious question, in a case like this do Alaskans make good use of the bear meat? I mean why waste it right? Yep, fish and game keeps a "roadkill salvage list" and calls the next in line anytime there's something available. Though I kinda doubt it's an organized thing in the smaller towns...Jump to post
JFKCMILAXFLL wrote:1. RIP Mama bear
2. A two-year old bear is still considered a cub? How long do young bears stay with the mother?
Some, uh, graphic imagery here if you're not used to seeing dead bears: https://twitter.com/alaskatravelgrm/sta ... 77472?s=20Jump to post
Possession of an original slide means you’re the copyright holder?Jump to post
You need to upload the images to a service such as imgur and then paste the link they create for you in your post.Jump to post
Verticals at the edges of the frame are not reliable references for level. I agree the image needs CCW rotation.Jump to post
I had to fight to get this shot accepted because the interior was blurry/out of focus. 5021813 The concerns I'd have with your rejected photo when compared to the accepted one are 1. The amount of burry wing and reflections shown is borderline distracting to the rest of the image and 2. The tighter ...Jump to post
I would like to learn what is needed to have photos that are acceptable and the only way I know to do that is ask. Best way to do that is to post them here in the forum before you upload to the website and ask for feedback. There are several community members and screeners here to give advice and f...Jump to post
How exactly does one come to the conclusion that the first (Polar 747) is high in frame? distance from the top of the image till the top of the airframe (i.e. cockpit) is much smaller than the distance from the bottom of the image till the bottom of the airframe (i.e. tail). Although on first sight...Jump to post
Whoever the screener is who wrote that comment should be relived of his screening duties immediately. Ummm no they shouldnt. It should first be investigated first and I am sure once it is there is probably a explanation to it, at worst an apology should be issued and maybe some follow up training. ...Jump to post
I like the composition but would probably bring the crop in on the right to exclude the wheel.Jump to post
I believe he left in February along with a few others on the screening team.Jump to post
Photos are definitely taken at the maximum quality, they're exported from lightroom reduced to the max size for a.net although I'm thinking it might be the pixels per inch setting which is currently at 240 Pixels per inch doesn't matter unless you're physically printing photos. Having it set at 1 o...Jump to post
RT145 wrote:How tight does the crop need to be? Basically right on top of the plane?
So since it's just PenAir, what assets does that include? A handful of SAABs? Any buildings?Jump to post
I'm absolutely f--- floored. My goodness.Jump to post
What camera and lens(es) are you using?
What photo editing software are you using?
And if you don't mind sharing, what city/airport are you shooting at?
Regardless, I still disagree with it and it is cheapening the site and the reputation. What is it going to be, top 5 photos all the time being nothing more than scantily clad people posing with the plane just being a minor distraction in the background? This is not what airliners.net was about and ...Jump to post
I'm fine with it if the change is being applied equally, but it's simply not. I had this photo rejected for distance, underexposed, and motive; and upheld on appeal with the comment "Underexposed due to aircraft being backlit. Insufficient motive for wide crop. Sorry, but a person in the frame...Jump to post
I'm fine with it if the change is being applied equally, but it's simply not. I had this photo rejected for distance, underexposed, and motive; and upheld on appeal with the comment "Underexposed due to aircraft being backlit. Insufficient motive for wide crop. Sorry, but a person in the frame ...Jump to post
A388 wrote:That is strange Karl. I copy-pasted my own photo links onto my post.
jelpee wrote:Would be great if you could show the image, or post the link to it so we can see see what you are referring to.
At this point, Alaska should plan for Wright and Ryan Air to fill the gap. Ravn should be persuaded to sell its owned tangible assets to the two. And Grant, and Bering Air, and Wings of Alaska. We have the most pilots per capita of anywhere in the nation. Its but like we won't have options when Rav...Jump to post
Something like the iPhone 11 Pro would be more than capable of getting shots accepted here. Those of us that use cheap equipment (anyone else have 50+ photos on here taken with a $150 point-and-shoot?) have acquired a bag of tricks that make it feasible.Jump to post
Not high in frame. Agree with low contrast, would bring the blacks and mids down. Don't think it's overexposed, leave the highlights where they are. The "203" on the nose is the only spot that looks soft, most everything else looks normal.Jump to post
There has been some changes to acceptance criteria recently which explains some of the said shots being accepted. A couple of the items considered were if the posers were posing for the photographer or just part of the background of a common scene for the location. In the case of Phuket, it seems t...Jump to post
Hello guyz, I just received the screening's result of my A318CJ nightshot and it ended up with a motive rejection. I think that the marshaller is a bit much present (i was afraid of). Sadly i don't have other pics without him. Otherwise, the dornier one has been accepted to the database. Many thank...Jump to post
Level is not necessarily judged technically, rather by how the image appears to one's eye. If you'd like our input and help on that, please post the image you uploaded.Jump to post
Apparently one group in the USA had complete control on contact tracing, Indian Health Services, Dr.Birx was saying their performance was impressive, they had strike teams tracking down every contact. May be local PD Detectives working with State or FBI is the way to go. If I recall Iceland also us...Jump to post
I think the $12 million loan was to keep the company alive until it can be sold or parted out. I don't believe this amount was related to the CARES act for airlines. Doesn’t make any sense to take a loan to liquidate. Just liquidate under chapter 7. they should have no problem selling the caravans ...Jump to post
If they could get a hold of them, could Horizon fly Ravn's -200's on the route using their own pilots (or Ravn's, bet they're not doing anything else)? Just thinking company familiarity with the type would make that more likely than them flying the SAABs. FWIW, the Q400 wingspan is 3'-3" more t...Jump to post
This article was as of March 17th, but at that time the work on the new International Arrivals Facility at KSEA seems to have work continuing on it. Since then, the Washington State governor has issued a "stay home, stay safe" mandate. I know certain construction projects are affected, bu...Jump to post
Softness may be acceptable. It is true that there are images in the DB with the tail cropped, but most of them are where the nose gear is at the bottom of the frame. Doesn't seem to be the case here. IMO, the crop of the tip of the tail could have been avoided. Here's one of mine with the tail crop...Jump to post
I'd appeal, nothing wrong with this crop in theory. If this was mine I would center the fuselage top/bottom and left/right but this should be fine for here.Jump to post
Runway аligned - reject CCW https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/9/9/0/5917099.jpg?v=v4ad8a211119 Vertical mast aligned - reject CW https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/1/3/0/5931031.jpg?v=v432244cc71f What to focus on when aligning? What is the "Quality" problem? Is t...Jump to post
Bah. I prefer BIG's design. Nothing much special or unique about the Foster design.Jump to post
There are blind spots in every aircraft. GA flying shouldn't be a roll of the dice. It doesn't matter how good of a pilot you are if you've got some reckless a-hole not following the rules. At least give me the opportunity to see everyone and stay away from them. We have had the technology for many...Jump to post
1680×1050 anti-glare display on my mid-2012 15" MacBook Pro. Not looking forward to the day when I have to make a change.Jump to post
AS WRG-PSG on a 737 usually takes around 10 minutes depending on runways used. And that's a scheduled flight...Jump to post