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  • Horizon unlevel

    Yesterday I uploaded this photo and it was rejected due to an "Horizon unlevel​". but if you look at the tower, the building and all the antennas, it is leveled. What do I have to level?​
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  • #2
    Appeal...

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    • #3
      I've appealed, but I never got a response

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      • #4
        I have received two or three unlevel rejections recently as well, all were accepted after the appeal. I always check with background structures as well. Maybe new screeners in training?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Leonardo Carvalho View Post
          I've appealed, but I never got a response
          Correctly rejected. There is a clear horizon (the runway, the roof of the terminal and the grass) thatleans to the left. It has been twice rejected for horizon. The first rejaection you have appelaed it and the appeal screener gave the rejection reasosn, so you got an answer and yet it was reuploaded without correcting the horizon. The screener has also left a message regarding the second rejection.
          https://www.jetphotos.com/photographer/29739

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          • #6
            That's a strange one since it does look odd. Whish I knew which airport this is and if the runway slope is that significant. Since the terminal builing is very long, isn't the leaning-to-the-left roof a perspective 'issue'? The guiding vertical lines are truly vertical.

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            • #7
              No. As I said, it's been a while since I received any appeals responses. So i need to level the runway and make the buildings looks like Pisa Tower. Got it

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              • #8
                Which airport is it? I had a similar case, explained to the screeners why the horizon didn't look level in the comments section and the appeal was successful.

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