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    Hey JP-Team, I upload a photo of B-304D--first A350 for China Eastern Inbound ZSSS from it’s test flight: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=6973520 . Because it was uploaded within 48h from the first pic of B-304D in database, so I filled in hot photo reason, and this photo has been rejected by Invalid Hot, I can't understand why, so I appeal like this:

    "Would you please re-screen this if you could. According to the hot photo regulation, new types for an airline get 48-hours hot. This is the first A350 delivered to China Eastern Airlines, and it was uploaded within 48h from the first pic of it in database. So I think this is a valid hot. Thanks for your time "
    Then still rejected:

    "Admin Comments >> First photo was added early in Nov with test reg. So, only the first had to be accepted with final reg."
    OK, This reason seems to be understandable.
    but I noticed a picture: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9152241 also B-304D, take and upload at Dec01, even not same day with first pic of it in database?? Why can this pic accepted?
    I have some friends living in Chengdu--which is the destination of this test fight. They also upload photos of B-304D at Dec01 and all rejected by Invalid Hot, We can't understand why photo https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9152241 can been accepted?

    Please help me to understand the exact rules of that. Thanks
    Have a nice day

  • #2
    Originally posted by ZikuanChen View Post
    Hey JP-Team, I upload a photo of B-304D--first A350 for China Eastern Inbound ZSSS from it’s test flight: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=6973520 . Because it was uploaded within 48h from the first pic of B-304D in database, so I filled in hot photo reason, and this photo has been rejected by Invalid Hot, I can't understand why, so I appeal like this:
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]20161[/ATTACH]
    "Would you please re-screen this if you could. According to the hot photo regulation, new types for an airline get 48-hours hot. This is the first A350 delivered to China Eastern Airlines, and it was uploaded within 48h from the first pic of it in database. So I think this is a valid hot. Thanks for your time "
    Then still rejected:
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]20162[/ATTACH]
    "Admin Comments >> First photo was added early in Nov with test reg. So, only the first had to be accepted with final reg."
    OK, This reason seems to be understandable.
    but I noticed a picture: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9152241 also B-304D, take and upload at Dec01, even not same day with first pic of it in database?? Why can this pic accepted?
    I have some friends living in Chengdu--which is the destination of this test fight. They also upload photos of B-304D at Dec01 and all rejected by Invalid Hot, We can't understand why photo https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9152241 can been accepted?

    Please help me to understand the exact rules of that. Thanks
    Have a nice day
    The second accepted photo with new reg was a mistake, as the aircraft itself was already in the db. But that doesn't mean we have now to repeat the mistake on all other uploads.
    My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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    • #3
      Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post
      The second accepted photo with new reg was a mistake, as the aircraft itself was already in the db. But that doesn't mean we have now to repeat the mistake on all other uploads.
      So why is that photo still exist? I remember you guys deleted the top1 photo at Aug09, I know the photographer who took this photo, he found his picture was disappeared, then he asked a screener and the screener told him that was a mistake accepted so they deleted it.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ZikuanChen View Post
        So why is that photo still exist? I remember you guys deleted the top1 photo at Aug09, I know the photographer who took this photo, he found his picture was disappeared, then he asked a screener and the screener told him that was a mistake accepted so they deleted it.
        No idea, which photo you mean. Anyway, if we accept a photo by mistake as a hot photo, we don't reject it. Only exception to the rule: if we notice, that we have been cheated, then we will delete a mistakenly added hot photo.
        My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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        • #5
          Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post
          No idea, which photo you mean. Anyway, if we accept a photo by mistake as a hot photo, we don't reject it. Only exception to the rule: if we notice, that we have been cheated, then we will delete a mistakenly added hot photo.
          I mean why https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9152241 still exist?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ZikuanChen View Post
            As Geri said, we will not delete otherwise acceptable images added because of our error. That would be unfair to the photographer. Images are only deleted if they were added under false pretenses (falsified date, manipulation, double accounts, etc..). If your friend had an image deleted, it was likely because of something he had done.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
              As Geri said, we will not delete otherwise acceptable images added because of our error. That would be unfair to the photographer. Images are only deleted if they were added under false pretenses (falsified date, manipulation, double accounts, etc..). If your friend had an image deleted, it was likely because of something he had done.
              Thank you for your answer. But that screener only told him that was a mistake accepted and didn't tell him what he did wrong. So we don’t think it’s my friend’s problem.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ZikuanChen View Post
                Thank you for your answer. But that screener only told him that was a mistake accepted and didn't tell him what he did wrong. So we don’t think it’s my friend’s problem.
                Without knowing the image in question or the circumstances around it, I can't comment on exactly what happened.

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