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  • 2C67
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    I agree with Sam, when I am booking flights and I have a choice of airlines I will frequently use 'cabin view' shots to help make a decision-such pictures will usually give an independant opinion of what the cabin is really like instead of the biased viewpoint you will get from the airlines websites.


    Matt

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  • RingwaySam
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    Originally posted by Propman
    Personally, I can't understand why anyone should want to look at photos of the interiors of modern airliners-just rows of seats, one not much different to another.
    Helps me. I look at them if im going on a flight to check the seating configuartion etc.

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  • Mark Ralph
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    Originally posted by Propman
    Personally, I can't understand why anyone should want to look at photos of the interiors of modern airliners-just rows of seats, one not much different to another.
    Some of our viewers have possibly never seen inside an aircraft and there are probably some that will not be fortunate enough to do so, so images are the next best thing.

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  • Propman
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    Personally, I can't understand why anyone should want to look at photos of the interiors of modern airliners-just rows of seats, one not much different to another.
    Last edited by Propman; 2007-10-19, 13:49.

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  • seahawk
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    Originally posted by Longreach747
    if that's the case then you've not made it very clear, hence the motive rejection. if the cape cod sign is the primary focus then it's likely to run in to the motive issue again.
    I think he means that he uploaded the rejected shot because it is different to the accepted one because of the Cape Cod Sign, which makes sense to me.

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  • middleken
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    Originally posted by Longreach747
    if that's the case then you've not made it very clear, hence the motive rejection. if the cape cod sign is the primary focus then it's likely to run in to the motive issue again.
    I am not going to resubmit it (though I had another screener tell me to) because we can go round and round all day on this. The shot without the Cape Cod sign was accepted without one single thing as the focus - the entire cabin is the focus. The sign on the ceiling of the rejected shot is clear and speaks for itself.

    Thanks for your time.

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  • Longreach747
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    Originally posted by middleken
    OK, thanks for your reasoning. My intended "focus" was the customized "Cape Cod" ceiling tile as it is unusual to see that. If I had zeroed in on that alone, to me it would not have been acceptable and not show its place in the cabin.
    if that's the case then you've not made it very clear, hence the motive rejection. if the cape cod sign is the primary focus then it's likely to run in to the motive issue again.

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  • middleken
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    Originally posted by seahawk
    Well, with borderline I meant that the motive is one, that is very dependend on the individual taste of the screener. Cabin shots in general are always difficult to judge, if they are a bit outside the typical airliner cabin shot.

    For my personal taste, as I love military planes, it is interesting enough
    thanks Stefan

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  • seahawk
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    Originally posted by Crism
    *Cough*especiallyqualityonthisone*Cough*

    It is the first shot of the BC cabin of TC-JNE.

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  • Crism
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    Originally posted by Top_Gun
    what does any cabin shot focus on?

    [photoid=5924501]

    Not knocking this shot, just the first cabin shot I came across and never understood the acceptence of these?
    *Cough*especiallyqualityonthisone*Cough*

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  • seahawk
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    Originally posted by middleken
    thanks Stefan - when you say borderline, could you please ellaborate for my future reference?
    I typically don't submit many cabin-type shots, but tried this one seeing my other one was accepted.
    Well, with borderline I meant that the motive is one, that is very dependend on the individual taste of the screener. Cabin shots in general are always difficult to judge, if they are a bit outside the typical airliner cabin shot.

    For my personal taste, as I love military planes, it is interesting enough

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  • Top_Gun
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    Originally posted by magic48
    Why not?
    I don't understand shots of the back of heads or seats?

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  • exmanx
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    They look fine to me. A pleasant change from the rows of airline seats and IFE displays. The edge of the door simply delineates the picture and focuses the attention.

    Andy

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  • middleken
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    Originally posted by seahawk
    I would find it interesting enough to accept it. It is borderline imho, so you should give it a try with categories corrected.
    thanks Stefan - when you say borderline, could you please ellaborate for my future reference?
    I typically don't submit many cabin-type shots, but tried this one seeing my other one was accepted.

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  • seahawk
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    Originally posted by middleken
    OK, thanks for your reasoning. My intended "focus" was the customized "Cape Cod" ceiling tile as it is unusual to see that. If I had zeroed in on that alone, to me it would not have been acceptable and not show its place in the cabin.
    I would find it interesting enough to accept it. It is borderline imho, so you should give it a try with categories corrected.

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