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  • Reject for Obstructing Objects / Foreground Clutter

    I don`t see foreground clutter. What obstructing objects see in this picture ? https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10237489

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    Ground crew.

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    • #3
      Is nor relevant. Not in front. This is not obstruction.

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      • #4
        it is an obstruction because the person is occluding a part of the helicopter. Precisely the lateral supports behind him

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        • #5

          Well, however, there are photos in JP with the plane partially covered by the de-icing operations.
          Here we have operational personnel (not a tourist) partially covering the helicopter, on the other side we have an operational vehicle that partially covers the plane.


          Also there are photos with planes and helicopters photographed with protective covers, of the aircraft you can see nothing except the registration: why are they not considered obstruction?
          Thank you very much
          Bye
          Carlo

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Carloluigi View Post
            Well, however, there are photos in JP with the plane partially covered by the de-icing operations.
            Here we have operational personnel (not a tourist) partially covering the helicopter, on the other side we have an operational vehicle that partially covers the plane.


            Also there are photos with planes and helicopters photographed with protective covers, of the aircraft you can see nothing except the registration: why are they not considered obstruction?
            Thank you very much
            Bye
            Carlo
            Please read the guideline.
            There can be an exception made for obstruction in a case of a shot motive, such as de-icing procedure.
            Also, a shot with boarding stairs connected to the aircraft may be accepted.
            Otherwise even long grass is considered an obstruction.
            It may be debatable how small obstruction this is, but I have seen even obstructions that were marked so, and honestly, this is a situation, where you could have waited just a plain few seconds and the guy might have been completely out of the shot.
            Also according to the comments personnel obstruction is rejected with very rare exceptions.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by JuklicekCZ View Post

              Please read the guideline.
              There can be an exception made for obstruction in a case of a shot motive, such as de-icing procedure.
              Also, a shot with boarding stairs connected to the aircraft may be accepted.
              Otherwise even long grass is considered an obstruction.
              It may be debatable how small obstruction this is, but I have seen even obstructions that were marked so, and honestly, this is a situation, where you could have waited just a plain few seconds and the guy might have been completely out of the shot.
              Also according to the comments personnel obstruction is rejected with very rare exceptions.
              Here is not obstruction ?
              https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9718803
              https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9328015
              https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10609714

              Here reject for faces.
              https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9051268

              And many, many more examples.

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              • #8
                The point is that your photo was correctly rejected. Out of a few millions photos you'll find cases of pictures accepted by mistake, that doesn't mean we should make that mistake again...

                and for the faces example you're referring too, it's a display which changes the case completely.

                You picture was badly timed, that's something to avoid next time, and as all rejections, it's great to learn from them ...

                Alex

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