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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
    As far as I am aware a rough rule of thumb is that it is obstructed if 50% or more of the wheels are covered.
    correct

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  • brianw999
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    As far as I am aware a rough rule of thumb is that it is obstructed if 50% or more of the wheels are covered.

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  • Bjorn1979
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    Guys, is there a rule about part of wheels not visible cause of high grass ? Must the whole wheels be visible or may a small lower part been blocked by high grass ?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by antonsarmatin View Post
    Hi.
    Have question about acceptance of covered helicopters. It's obstruction or not?
    I've found some pictures with similar or body covered helicopters. But I will wait for yours answer.
    Example:
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]16423[/ATTACH]

    Thanks.
    This is acceptable.

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  • antonsarmatin
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    Hi.
    Have question about acceptance of covered helicopters. It's obstruction or not?
    I've found some pictures with similar or body covered helicopters. But I will wait for yours answer.
    Example:
    Click image for larger version

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    Thanks.

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  • Bruce
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    I'm having trouble uploading a control tower, my first one under the new upload system. I typed in the 4 character code in the reg. & airport field, hit autofill. The airport is listed (not new), for Operator I click Other and Control Tower, the airport code in the registration box, but the "upload photo" button on the bottom is greyed out and does not work. What am I missing?

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    We don't allow to blur faces (and seriously it really is the point of focus and ruins the shot) - The legal problem is bigger than you might think, specially with the new european regulation about privacy and internet.

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  • StefBrat
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    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6552716

    I don't understand the what's wrong here. I mean I understand it from the words but it makes no sense. First I got Bad motive due the guy in the back. So I read the it's allowed to make license plates unreadable. There was nothing about faces so I done the same. What else should I do and where is the difference if there is a plate or a face. It's the same result.
    There was no other motive possible. And I don't see the legal/law problem here as this guy is not part of the main motive and acting as "worker" on an offical airport in an public area next to a cafe and parking area.

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  • MAG
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    Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
    Dana, I think he's talking about another image showing just the one aircraft being hot as well s the formation image. The formation flight was uploaded as a particular reg. If the individual image is subsequently uploaded it will not be automatically selected as hot as the reg will already be in the database.
    Yes Brian maybe my question was not clear but you understood it... Yes I asked about the second upload when the first one doesn't show the aircraft properly (the formation flight is one of examples). I think the reason of "hot photo" privileges for photos of an airliner not in the DB is to have images for as much as possible registrations in the DB. But in case with the formation flight this image doesn't show particular aircraft and in my opinion equal to absence of the image. That is why I guessed that the second upload (if it shows just the one aircraft) can still be hot.

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  • brianw999
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    Dana, I think he's talking about another image showing just the one aircraft being hot as well s the formation image. The formation flight was uploaded as a particular reg. If the individual image is subsequently uploaded it will not be automatically selected as hot as the reg will already be in the database.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by MAG View Post
    The following will be accepted as hot for the first photo accepted only.

    4. Photo of an airliner with a registration not in the database

    Sometimes the first photo accepted looks like this
    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/7594484
    The subject is small, obstructed and it's not easy to find her in the photo. In cases like this can the first image of the subject as main object considered as hot?
    Not ideal, but yes such an image will be considered hot. The system will automatically tag it as hot if the registration doesn't exist in the DB.

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  • MAG
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    The following will be accepted as hot for the first photo accepted only.

    4. Photo of an airliner with a registration not in the database

    Sometimes the first photo accepted looks like this
    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/7594484
    The subject is small, obstructed and it's not easy to find her in the photo. In cases like this can the first image of the subject as main object considered as hot?

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by MAG View Post
    Hi! In the rules I can see the information about aspect ratio
    1.3 Image Formats

    Photos can be uploaded with an aspect ratio between 4:3 and 3:2, or at an aspect ratio of 16:9.

    I have two question about this.
    1. All this ratios correspond to landscape orientation. At the same time I see photos accepted in the database with portrait orientation (all photos were accepted after September 2017). Could you clearify this moment for me? Is portrait orientation acceptable too?

    2. "ratio between 4:3 and 3:2, or at an aspect ratio of 16:9." it means that 16:10 is not acceptable because it is not between 4:3 and 3:2, or not 16:9. Is it correct?
    1. Portrait shots are also allowed. There are quite a few photos in the db.
    2. The far ends are 4:3 and 16:9. 16:10 is therefore allowed

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  • MAG
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    Hi! In the rules I can see the information about aspect ratio
    1.3 Image Formats

    Photos can be uploaded with an aspect ratio between 4:3 and 3:2, or at an aspect ratio of 16:9.

    I have two question about this.
    1. All this ratios correspond to landscape orientation. At the same time I see photos accepted in the database with portrait orientation (all photos were accepted after September 2017). Could you clearify this moment for me? Is portrait orientation acceptable too?

    2. "ratio between 4:3 and 3:2, or at an aspect ratio of 16:9." it means that 16:10 is not acceptable because it is not between 4:3 and 3:2, or not 16:9. Is it correct?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by JetSales View Post
    I can use the one up top to submit the JPEG, but not the one at the bottom for submitting the whole thing, info and all.

    What I'm also unclear on is if there's a bare minimum amount of information I have to fill out on the form in order to submit? I have the SN and registration filled out, but do I have to fill out every section before it will let me upload?
    Is it a new registration not already in the DB? If so, yes, you will need to fill out all of the pertinent info. If not, please use the autofill. That is likely why you are unable to use the Upload Photo button; it will only become usable once you have filled in the necessary info.

    Let me stress again, if the reg. already exists in the DB, please use the autofill - do not enter any info manually, as that will quite possibly lead to a bad info rejection.

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