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    Hello,
    So the other day I uploaded a photo of N10M into my queue as a hot photo because it has been repainted all black. It was in the screening queue for 5 minutes according to the submission email I got and was rejected for only double upload. Nothing else. No explanation. Here is the the problem I am running into that has my head scratching is I only uploaded one photo of this plane to the queue so I am unsure what is double about that. If a screener could give some insight into what happened or explain this to me that would be great.

    rejected photo: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8331237


    thank you everyone for your help,
    Alex Crail

  • #2
    Originally posted by Alex crail View Post
    Hello,
    So the other day I uploaded a photo of N10M into my queue as a hot photo because it has been repainted all black. It was in the screening queue for 5 minutes according to the submission email I got and was rejected for only double upload. Nothing else. No explanation. Here is the the problem I am running into that has my head scratching is I only uploaded one photo of this plane to the queue so I am unsure what is double about that. If a screener could give some insight into what happened or explain this to me that would be great.

    rejected photo: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8331237


    thank you everyone for your help,
    Alex Crail
    Hi Alex,

    Looks more like Dark/Backlit. But definitely no double upload if you didn't have another photo in queue

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    • #3
      Its not backlit or anything because had two photos accepted taken right after it (these three planes were right after one another within 5 minutes) accepted.
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9801658
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9801538

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      • #4
        Added some more exposure to the image to counter the dark. How does this look now?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Alex crail View Post
          Added some more exposure to the image to counter the dark. How does this look now?
          Looks better for me, not "apparent" backlit anymore! I can't equalize it but always check for dust spots and halos.

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          • #6
            camera is always dust free and alright. Appreciate the help today. If you are screening any photos in about 10 hours or so you might see some hot ones from me there. Busy day at my local airport (KSNA) today with friends flying some new planes.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Alex crail View Post
              camera is always dust free and alright. Appreciate the help today. If you are screening any photos in about 10 hours or so you might see some hot ones from me there. Busy day at my local airport (KSNA) today with friends flying some new planes.
              Looking forward

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              • #8
                enjoy

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