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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    I'd love to know what Motiv of a.net this broke because I read through their motiv section on their rejections and couldn't find what was at fault
    The right main gear is blocked by the runway sign. That is the motiv rejection.
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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    I didn't even notice that - well - thanks Nick for pointing it out.
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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    Quote Originally Posted by NIKV69
    I'd love to know what Motiv of a.net this broke because I read through their motiv section on their rejections and couldn't find what was at fault
    The right main gear is blocked by the runway sign. That is the motiv rejection.
    How is that a motive rejection and not a "Obstruction/Clutter" rejection?

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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    A quick search would have answered your question but here is the info from the page on anet. I believe the answer to your question is a few lines down.

    MOTIVE
    Your photo(s) showed a motive that is not accepted by Airliners.net. This problem may be due to a very wide range of reasons.

    Some of the most common examples are:


    Photos showing just a part of an aircraft (with no motivation for doing so, like a special sticker, damage etc.). Additionally, cutting off the nose or a part of the tail can also result in a motive rejection.
    Photos with distracting or obstructing objects in the foreground (this is especially true for gate shots which are very difficult to get accepted due to their common nature and the large amount of equipment which usually surrounds the aircraft). Any equipment or objects blocking parts of the aircraft will result in a motive rejection.
    Photos that do not show an aircraft or anything sufficiently related to aviation at all. Common examples are photos of ramp equipment, like stairs, or cars. Or airport structures like radar towers, jet bridges, office buildings.
    Photos showing the date in the lower left or right corner of the image. If your photos show the date on them please disable this feature on your camera.
    Close up cockpit shots with the only reason for the shot being showing pilots waving.
    Cockpit photos in which the pilots block out most of the panel
    Photos taken through aircraft windows that show little wing/engine and have no airport visible on the ground.
    Photos that include window reflections. These can result from taking photos through terminal windows or observations decks that are enclosed by glass. Shots taken through aircraft windows can also result in reflections, or can show scratches or dirt from those windows. This will also result in a motive rejection.
    Photos taken inside aircraft that only show tables, dinner trays, or personal tv's. Cabin overviews that are taken from a very low standpoint and have seatbacks block out most of the image.
    Please note that motive rejections can also result from other, more subjective reasons. These are usually of an aesthetical nature.


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    Thanks wunaladreamin and T-Bird76 for your inputs... maybe they just don't like pictures of planes, like stuart schechter said. that is possible, too... LOL. I'll keep plugging along and should get it right one of these days. The belly shots (aircraft moving from R to L) were indeed taken at B.K. no hassles there at all, and i got to hang out under the shade of the tree in the parking lot, to boot.

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    Maybe someone can help me with this since I am totally confused and at a dead end here.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2220528

    This photo got rejected for "Bad Composition (bad framing / aircraft not centered)"

    I rechecked the centering in the photo by measuring all four directions and it appears correct to me.

    So I submitted an appeal with a very polite and factual request. It got rejected instantly.

    I then decided to reply to the rejection email with the following:

    • "I appreciate you considering my appeal, but I am now more confused than ever. Please bear with me while I try and understand this...

      Isn't it a requirement that the aircraft be centered within the photo? To me that would mean that there be equal amounts of space on all sides of the aircraft. This is the case with my photo.

      I could very easily move the aircraft up and place the main fuselage along the center line of the photo, but that would place the tail close to the top border and leave a lot more empty space below the aircraft. I think that would certainly reject???

      Help"


    This email got bounced from their server, so I decided to post my question here for some help.

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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    This photo got rejected for "Bad Composition (bad framing / aircraft not centered)"

    I rechecked the centering in the photo by measuring all four directions and it appears correct to me.
    The subject is way to low in the frame.

    I could very easily move the aircraft up and place the main fuselage along the center line of the photo, but that would place the tail close to the top border and leave a lot more empty space below the aircraft. I think that would certainly reject???
    Nope, do it and you shoud be fine.
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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_NY
    Maybe someone can help me with this since I am totally confused and at a dead end here.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2220528

    This photo got rejected for "Bad Composition (bad framing / aircraft not centered)"

    I rechecked the centering in the photo by measuring all four directions and it appears correct to me.

    So I submitted an appeal with a very polite and factual request. It got rejected instantly.

    I then decided to reply to the rejection email with the following:

    • "I appreciate you considering my appeal, but I am now more confused than ever. Please bear with me while I try and understand this...

      Isn't it a requirement that the aircraft be centered within the photo? To me that would mean that there be equal amounts of space on all sides of the aircraft. This is the case with my photo.

      I could very easily move the aircraft up and place the main fuselage along the center line of the photo, but that would place the tail close to the top border and leave a lot more empty space below the aircraft. I think that would certainly reject???

      Help"


    This email got bounced from their server, so I decided to post my question here for some help.
    Mate you also have a nasty dust spot above the plane as well.

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    Thanks NIKV69 and T-Bird76

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    I have two that are against an overcast sky and got rejected for dark/underexposed. How do I fix this without blowing out the plane?

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2235429
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2235427
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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    Quote Originally Posted by stuart schechter
    I have two that are against an overcast sky and got rejected for dark/underexposed. How do I fix this without blowing out the plane?

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2235429
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2235427
    Stuart try only selecting the plane using the magic wand and increasing the levels. Both also need a bit more sharpening as well.

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    mine were rejected a few weeks ago at airliners.net.. of course it was a lot larger and without the watermarks.. just took it from my site



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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    I got a rejection from anet today for specks. When I looked at the picture, all I could see that were specks were black specks that are birds in the distance. I've equalized the picture and can't see anything else. Can anyone else see anything that I might have missed?

    http://www.airliners.net/procphotos/rej ... 292008.jpg
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    Re: Post Your Recent REJECTIONS!

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence
    I got a rejection from anet today for specks. When I looked at the picture, all I could see that were specks were black specks that are birds in the distance. I've equalized the picture and can't see anything else. Can anyone else see anything that I might have missed?

    http://www.airliners.net/procphotos/rej ... 292008.jpg

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