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  • Horizon unlevel advice

    Carefully edited this one taking the hangar structure as a reference allign the horizon, see that the doors are vertically alligned and the roof is perfect horizontally. Of course that the runway has an upslope, and If I used it as reference, It would have also been rejected for Horizon Unlevel as the hangar would appear bent towards left.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10484040

    This photo hasn't been appealed yet

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    I'm not a screener, but I downloaded the image and used the vertical of the building and as you can see from the attached, there is still a small adjustment needed. Again, I'm not a screener and I know that the senior screener is away intermittently at the moment or another screener may add a comment. Click image for larger version

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MarkLawrence View Post
      I'm not a screener, but I downloaded the image and used the vertical of the building and as you can see from the attached, there is still a small adjustment needed. Again, I'm not a screener and I know that the senior screener is away intermittently at the moment or another screener may add a comment. Click image for larger version  Name:	Horizon.jpg Views:	0 Size:	268.9 KB ID:	1146370
      Thank you for your input. Still training my eagle eyes

      Didn't think that 0.29 degree rotation could cause a rejection
      Last edited by andrelesenechal; 2022-10-04, 15:14. Reason: Add info

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      • #4
        Originally posted by andrelesenechal View Post



        Didn't think that 0.29 degree rotation could cause a rejection
        Yep, we have a grid we can place over the top of the photo to check the horizon, and even such a small angle can cause a rejection.

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