Here are 3 of 4 SA A332's at MZJ. The 4th is parked in a different grouping. I took this image two days ago.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ys5kj1tvkdyg ... 0.jpg?dl=0
Of course, just not sure on how to link it. Let me try this:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/0tuu08w2v0kgd ... Y.jpg?dl=0
Just a heads-up, I had a wide-angle image rejected for “inverse vignetting” and “distortion.” Anyone who has ever used a wide-angle lens on a perfect blue sky will know that a uniform sky color is impossible, given a wide enough field of view. The appeal was rejected within minutes (“Screener reject...Jump to post
The 757 is not in production anymore. The tooling has been destroyed.
And he apparently thinks people will just buy that they are legitimate when they clearly are not. Dude, you stalk people and create Instagram accounts just to harass people that work @ PDX, and you want to call me out. Seriously, do you want to go there? You should ask your friends to get this thre...Jump to post
I was not aware that Sports Charters were eligible for Priority Screening, thank you for sharing that. With regards to the B-52, all I see is a small sticker, as you mentioned mil jets change all the time, I did not think such a change was eligible (still don't). But, all is not lost. I see your use...Jump to post
I inquired about this in private, but was told that the screeners rely on information from the uploader; so I am creating this thread. At what point is an aircraft a priority upload? Certainly not a USAF B-52 arriving at a USAF base that does heavy maintenance. Are we at the point where, if an airli...Jump to post
Given the difference in price, and the huge jump is resolution (and file size) I would buy a D750 over a D850. Spend the rest on good glass. XQD cards are also expensive and difficult to find for sale, in a pinch. The 5D mk IV is D750 performance at D850 pricesJump to post
I would take the camera/lens combo and mount it on a tripod (if you have one) and shoot a 3D object, like a chain link fence coming towards you or going away, with the VR off and check the results. You can also use a flat surface like a brick wall, but I think adding some depth will show you if any ...Jump to post
Classic. Attack the messenger and ignore the real issue.
If the photos were screened correctly, and more importantly, consistently, this would be a non issue. Thus, my original question.
Also, important to keep in mind, the content creators are volunteers too.
Kas - Thank you for taking the time to reply. It does not go unnoticed that you (and Jehan) are the only active screeners in the forums. It is a sad state that the screeners who are entrusted with maintaining the standards are unable, or unwilling, to follow the guidelines needed to have an image ac...Jump to post
What Kas is trying to say is that there are a few losers who constantly vote my photos, to make me look bad. It is ridiculous that so many standard shots of mine make PC. If there was a way to make my shots ineligible I would be all for it. Hopefully Paul can work with the Devs to see who is doing t...Jump to post
I think you can see the actual results. Some photogs (and screeners) upload actual garbage that gets accepted. The average shooter, lets use me as an example; I would never have such images accepted (I would also never even upload such shots, but that is a different story). I personally see rejectio...Jump to post
Just to clarify, the aircraft involved wasn't a Cessna Citation 560, but a Cessna Citation Excel (N91GY - 2003 build).
Glad everyone made it out safely.
In before any "Are Cessna Citations unsafe?" or "is it a write-off" comments
No mystery. Soft and Oversharp often go hand in hand. The rejected image also looks blurry and the contrast is way off; take a look at the main landing gear, its just a black blob, no shadow detail at all. Easiest thing to do is look at previously accepted images of the subject in question and go fr...Jump to post
Confirmed as N8JR, his Latitude.Jump to post
HND has a hotel at the International terminal.
CTS has a hotel in the terminal, between Domestic and International.
Crops that are way too tight I think look worse than those with perhaps too much breathing space... yet there doesn't appear to be much in the way of a rule governing too tight crops. I agree with this, my opinion of images is cropped like that is that they're that way because they weren't level an...Jump to post
I had a new reg rejected for "Distance." I thought it was a mistake; the HS confirmed it was not a mistake, and that it was "an easy fix." https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/1/9/7/5638791.jpg?v=v459b765bce1 Could this image be cropped tighter? Sure, i could crop it ri...Jump to post
Still no cloaking device.Jump to post
Pedro - I would stick with "Single-point AF" or "Group-area AF." I am a big fan of manually setting my metering, but would suggest highlight-weighted metering if you want the camera to be in-control. Protecting the highlights from clipping should be the goal.Jump to post
Please see this image: http://fearofaflatplanet.com/images/Hyakuri.png (if you can't view the image right-click it and select "view in new tab) You will drive up to the gate, your choices are to go straight (through the gate) or left, towards the spotting location. When you turn left you will b...Jump to post
777-9 has taken the runway for the first time. Airliners.net has rejected my uploads so, here you go:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/royalscot ... ed-public/
I guess the opinions are as varied as they get. Nothing wrong with that, it just highlights the challenges in getting an image accepted here. With regards to my own shots, I do agree the 767 was slightly HIF (which is why I did not appeal). However, given that it was a new frame, and the amount of s...Jump to post
Lately I've been the recipient of some harsh centering rejections, its just the standard of lack of consistency argument that's always existed: https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/9/8/7/5480789.jpg?v=v45545ba19a5 https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/9/2/6/5565629.jpg?v=v4d0b020b...Jump to post
The flip-side to the argument that the hangar is leaning (it isn't) and the photo is level (it isn't) is that all the other shots from that location, correctly leveled using the building as a guide, are now "unlevel."
You don't get to have it both ways.