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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Sport charter flights happen daily all around the world and are really not newsworthy. But you did the right thing, ask in the forum

    Have a nice weekend

    Alex

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  • Oleksiy Naumov
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    Hi Alex - thank you.
    This, however, is not as clear as it may seem, since there's a clause with "any other newsworthy" event, which leaves some room for interpretation.

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Originally posted by Oleksiy Naumov View Post
    any chance you could reply to my previous question? thanks
    Clearly not hot unless it has a new special scheme or sticker celebrating the event

    Regards
    alex

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  • Oleksiy Naumov
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    any chance you could reply to my previous question? thanks

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  • darazarbaf
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    Thanks for the reply.

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by darazarbaf View Post
    Hi guys,
    I've got a photo rejected after appeal with this email:

    Your appeal for photo id 6284229 has been processed and has been rejected.
    Admin Comments >> Size x=1280 y=1024 Invalid\r\nValid ranges: 1280x710 - 1280x970see https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ES-New-version
    >> http://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=6284229

    Didn't see anything regarding my 4:3 cropping in this thread. Can anyone help me with this?
    Cheers,
    Dara
    Chapter 1.3. says:
    1.3 Image Formats


    Photos should be uploaded between 4:3, 3:2 or 16:9 format.
    The rejection comment says:
    Size x=1280 y=1024 Invalid\r\nValid ranges: 1280x710 - 1280x970
    So, your photo is 1280x1024, which is not between 4:3 or 16:69 size ratio. The height for a 1280px wide shot has to be between 720px and 960px. We added a safety margin of 10px as we found out in the past, that resizing photos at same sizes from different cameras can result in slightly different end-sizes (unbelievable, but true!!).

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  • darazarbaf
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    Hi guys,
    I've got a photo rejected after appeal with this email:

    Your appeal for photo id 6284229 has been processed and has been rejected.
    Admin Comments >> Size x=1280 y=1024 Invalid\r\nValid ranges: 1280x710 - 1280x970see https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ES-New-version
    >> http://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=6284229

    Didn't see anything regarding my 4:3 cropping in this thread. Can anyone help me with this?
    Cheers,
    Dara

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  • Oleksiy Naumov
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    Hello. Would a special A380 Emirates charter from Dubai to Kuwait, which brought Emirati fans to a soccer game, qualify as hot?

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by MAG View Post
    Hi I'd like to clarify "leveling the horizon". In the Upload guidlines we can read this recomendation.

    When we have two types of verticals in the photo: 1 weak and leaning fence; 2 strong and stable building, pillons of bridge, control tower etc. Which verticals we should choose as a reference if type 1 is not parallel to type 2? It seems that the answer is evident. The buiding, the pillons or the control tower are much important than weak fence. But what to do if after cropping stable objects like buildings are out of the final frame. They present in the whole photo but out of borders of cropped photo. In the cropped photo there is the weak and leaning fence. What to do in this case?
    1. Should I leave the rotation with correct horizon made by stable objects, add a screeners comment that the horizon was leveled by objects which are out of borders of cropped image and provide a link to whole photo as prove?
    2. Should I rotate cropped photo to make an illusion that naturaly leaning fence is vertical? In this case the horizon will be incorrect but in the cropped photo there will be an illusion of correct horizon.
    What is more important in this case truth or illusion?
    To make a long story short: the photo has to look level. Best references are known vertical references, such as buildings. A vertical reference outside a photo is irrelevant.

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  • MAG
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    Hi I'd like to clarify "leveling the horizon". In the Upload guidlines we can read this recomendation.
    Originally posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
    To ensure your photo is level use a vertical reference point such as a building to straighten things out.
    When we have two types of verticals in the photo: 1 weak and leaning fence; 2 strong and stable building, pillons of bridge, control tower etc. Which verticals we should choose as a reference if type 1 is not parallel to type 2? It seems that the answer is evident. The buiding, the pillons or the control tower are much important than weak fence. But what to do if after cropping stable objects like buildings are out of the final frame. They present in the whole photo but out of borders of cropped photo. In the cropped photo there is the weak and leaning fence. What to do in this case?
    1. Should I leave the rotation with correct horizon made by stable objects, add a screeners comment that the horizon was leveled by objects which are out of borders of cropped image and provide a link to whole photo as prove?
    2. Should I rotate cropped photo to make an illusion that naturaly leaning fence is vertical? In this case the horizon will be incorrect but in the cropped photo there will be an illusion of correct horizon.
    What is more important in this case truth or illusion?

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  • MartinezRoe7
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    Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post
    Please let's keep this topic only about the UPLOAD GUIDELINE. You can always start another topic, if you want. Thank you very much.
    A thousand apologies amigo, in fact I asked if my question was good in this topic. The rest was just answering what they told me. A hug and happy new year 2018

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  • LX-A343
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    Please let's keep this topic only about the UPLOAD GUIDELINE. You can always start another topic, if you want. Thank you very much.

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  • MartinezRoe7
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    Originally posted by LH-B744
    Chile is online? Wow again. So, where is Argentina?

    SCEL is EDDL minus 4. I've read what you have written, Chile. What a night (December 1963), isn't it. My avatar is D-ABVD, so you have tried to upload two photos which depict exactly one aircraft, and it did not work? That doesn't sound perfect in my ears.

    May I ask you how many pictures today are already in the jetphotos database? So, I assume that at least 5 or 10 photos by you have been accepted by a jetphotos reviewer. I can't give you a definitive answer, I am not much more than the jp clown in the night.

    Nevertheless, Merry Christmas and a happy new Year to... Chile!

    PS: Imho the problem has been solved.
    - Arturo Vidal is online

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  • MartinezRoe7
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    Originally posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
    Hi,
    There's no problem about uploading a picture of the same aircraft at the same place on a different date. We ask not to upload 2 pics from the same sequence/same day. Like we don't want 2 pics of that same taxi sequence, or 2 pics of that approach that day etc...

    Hope it helps

    Alex
    Very gentle in your answer, Alex!
    Thank you very much, now I am more than clear and with this answer I have in case of rejection.
    Regards

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Originally posted by MartinezRoe7 View Post
    Hello everyone!

    I wanted to ask since I've seen in the forum (and when you upload a photo) that you can't upload more than twice the same registration, regardless of the date. But if you can upload it if it is the same license plate but another airport .. is like that?

    I write this since I realized today that in the same airport a spotter has three times the same plane and the same registration (although different angles), taken the same year.

    Personally I have limited myself not to take or upload photos of the same plane since I have it 3 times, but if it could be, I would like to be clarified.

    Is it a rule that must be respected or does the filter not exist in it?

    Since I am attentive to your answers. Excuse me if this is not the forum where I should expose my doubt.

    Regards from SCEL and happy new year 2018 (thanks for the help!)
    Hi,
    There's no problem about uploading a picture of the same aircraft at the same place on a different date. We ask not to upload 2 pics from the same sequence/same day. Like we don't want 2 pics of that same taxi sequence, or 2 pics of that approach that day etc...

    Hope it helps

    Alex

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