Crosswindphoto wrote:Unfortunately I think it would. Do you have another shot in the same series where he isn't in front of it?
jelpee wrote:An obstruction as shown would be OK since it does not involve the landing gear, engines. The Acceptance Guide says "...ground crew are allowed to block any part if not too prominent, which is at our discretion)."
However, your image as is, probably will be rejected for being blurry/soft.
jelpee wrote:I can only judge based on what I can see. If I were to screen that image, I would decline it for being soft (at best). The nose, tail, registration all appear soft to me. The tail in particular looks blurry.
As for examples of sharp images, any accepted image in the database can be considered of acceptable sharpness. Today's Photographers' Choice for e.g. https://www.airliners.net/photo/Virgin- ... 41/5600707
Hope this helps.
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