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  • backlit rejections?

    By no means do I want this to come across as complaining. It's more of a guideline for me to go through my pictures before trying to upload them?

    99% of the DB doesn't have any back lit unless they are siloutte shots. If the sun is at say 10 o'clock profile, so the aircraft is backlit but showing detail is it an automatic rejection?


    Appreciate the help, just want to be able to rule out shots prior to uploading them.
    Last edited by Top_Gun; 2009-03-03, 03:06.

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    Hi,
    A shot has to be clearly backlit to get a rejection. High sun or "profile" sun is acceptable as long as the plane is not overexposed and shows some details.
    The shot you're showing as an example is acceptable and you can upload it.
    Cheers
    Alex

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    • #3
      Thank you Alex, I'll keep referring to this post for my knowledge.

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      • #4
        I agree should be accepted, unless you have already better pics of the same plane in the db.
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