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  • E-Diddy!
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    A new star alliance sticker on the side of an old A320 does not count as a 'hot photo.'

    Signed,
    Dude who was refreshing the hot photo queue like mad yesterday looking for 787 photos.

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  • Alessandro
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    BTW, there´s no link when you do a photosearch for the b787 among the Boeing photos, can it be fixed?

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  • Joop
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    Hi all,

    What about an existing aircraft in a fleet but the first one with winglets?
    I don't think it falls under the category of a new aicraft type for that particular airline..

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  • LX-A343
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    I'm back after a 2 days trip. I won't go browsing the db finding out, what you want to tell us. So, either you be more clear, or forget it. YOu can contact any of us also via PM, of course.

    Gerardo (that's with two "r" )

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  • Paul Maier
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    Gerado,

    Perhaps a review of the previous few days will show that a screener or two might have had a little too much xmas cheer in them while screening.

    whilst i dont want to particularly point the finger, nor criticise screeners/photogs
    there are somethings that just dont escape attention. So as you said above, why accept a bad photo, if a good one will come along later.

    Paul.

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  • Longreach747
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    Originally posted by LX-A343
    so why accept a bad photo first?

    Gerardo
    good question...

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  • LX-A343
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    That depends. Usually we expect the same quality standards also for hot photos. Exceptions could be photos, which we probably would not see again. But let's say, the first A380 in Emirates colors (just as an example) should meet the minimum quality standards, simply, because we know, we will be flood by a gazillion of top shots, so why accept a bad photo first?

    Hope this clears it up. If not, here we are.

    Gerardo

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  • Paul Maier
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    Are the same screening standards applied to the screening of 'hot photos' ?
    Is there a minimum level of acceptance?

    Thanks Paul.

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Originally posted by magic48
    So would a picture depicting an aircraft that was spotted for the first time at a particular airport be considered a hot shot, unless there are 50+ photos of that aircraft/airline in the db??
    No !!! this is clearly NOT a hot photo.
    Cheers
    Alex

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  • kukkudrill
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    I would think not, the 50+ bit was only an illustration.

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  • magic48
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    Originally posted by CPH Aviation
    First visits of an airline to an airport if we already have 50+ photos in the data base of the same aircraft and airline.
    So would a picture depicting an aircraft that was spotted for the first time at a particular airport be considered a hot shot, unless there are 50+ photos of that aircraft/airline in the db??

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  • CPH Aviation
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    Originally posted by bobby
    There have obviously been too many supposed hot photos uploaded lately haha
    Yes there have

    Soren

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by StifflerClause
    What about "First of this type of aircraft for database?"

    Chris
    If it is a brand new aircraft, then upload as hot photo. If it "only" happens to be the first photo of an old aircraft stored somewhere (jus as an example), then upload as regular shot.

    Gerardo

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  • bobby
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    There have obviously been too many supposed hot photos uploaded lately haha

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  • YYZPICS
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    Always get one of this every couple of months , lol

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