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  • LX-A343
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    Wietse, having read some of your commets on Airliners.net, I was already waiting for you.

    So, go ahead! Make my day!!

    Gerardo

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  • Kyuss
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    I think many people would like to join in this thread and put some icing on the cake/fuel to the fire!!!



    BTW:
    http://www.airliners.net/discussions...main/604142/6/

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  • Wietse
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    Can I join in? Can I? Can I? Can I? Can I? Can I?

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  • LX-A343
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    Matt, are you Jeroen's friend? I mean, judging by his criteria, it's the only possible explanation.

    Gerardo

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  • egll
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    I just added some of your shots Jeroen .


    If you are serious about improving your shots then I suggest you go easy with the sharpening, upload at 1024 pixels instead of 1279 and shoot with the sun at your back. You ARE capable of raising your acceptance rate but you need to have the desire to improve.



    Matt

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  • Stephen Toernblom
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    Well all I have to say is that I am a Kodachrome 64 slide shooter, a non digital person. Even before I was a screener here, I was uploading scanned slides here and I don't recall ever getting a rejected shot here. It all comes down to quality and how well the picture is taken. Don't blame us for your rejected photos and maybe they are not as good as you think they might be. Take more time on composition and using photoshop on them.

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  • Matt Southwell
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    while I'm at it, Just because you own a DSLR doesn't automatically get your photos accepted. Like I said I have a 300D and I am not proud to admit this but I've had plenty of photos rejected, but I accept it, take the advice given and take that advice into account when uploading/photographing in the future. Like people have always told me, it doesn't matter how good the camera is, it all comes down to the person behind the camera and their skills.

    Regards Matt

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  • LX-A343
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    The irony in Jeroen's post is, that he has 607 pics in the db. Let's look at his dumb standards:

    1) is the photographer a friend of mine, accept I doubt, you have friends here
    2) does he use a DSLR, accept We all know, you don't have a DSLR
    3) reject OK, from now on, I'll happily reject every of your submissions. We don't want you to feel as a liar.

    Gerardo

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  • screaming_emu
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    I would like to point out to JWenting that I have a 2.0mp Fuji 2800Z and I have 222 pictures on here. I only know two of the screeners (Monty and Clovis) neither of who I have met in person. So quit your bitchin and put your money where your mouth is.

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  • andyhunt
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    Hadn't expected anything else from people like you.
    Your "standards" are basically
    1) is the photographer a friend of mine, accept
    2) does he use a DSLR, accept
    3) reject
    Jeroen,

    Interesting standards, so if we actually apply that, we should by default reject all of your pictures, which if you like, we are more than happy to do. However, that is not the way we operate here.

    You have no idea of the screening process, and therefore are unable to comment on standards.

    I'm actually wondering why you even bother to upload here? All you seem to do is end up frustrated, angry and allocate blame. I would suggest that if it upsets you so much, you should stop bothering with jetphotos.net. You have the freedom of choice, I suggest that you excercise that right. Or is it really because secretly you enjoy being a habitual complainer. If you are going to walk down that road, at least make it constructive, rather than utilising schoolboy tactics of sniping and the "nah nah nah naaaah" syndrome. We are more than happy to accept feedback, but at least keep it within the realms of being constructive and civil.

    Why do you get this sort of reaction from the crew here, perhaps you should look at some of your previous posts with an objective eye......

    I've tried to keep this reply civil, to hopefully get you to look in the mirror, think a little bit about yourself and basically what your goal is in all of this. Hopefully you can too.
    Regards

    Andrew

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  • Longreach747
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    Originally posted by jwenting
    Originally posted by LX-A343
    A good pic will not be turned into a non acceptable one . Instead of stirring up things, which don't exist, Jeroen, you should really start improving your own skills. If your pics are rejected, look just for once, what you can do about it.

    Gerardo
    Hadn't expected anything else from people like you.
    Your "standards" are basically
    1) is the photographer a friend of mine, accept
    2) does he use a DSLR, accept
    3) reject
    you really are an imboscile! take your $3 camera and go photograph the red light district, seems your in need of something a little more relaxing than aviation photography, and your not that good at either!

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  • egll
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    Jeroen,

    I don't know you personally and you don't use a DSLR (I don't think), so I'll just reject all your shots from now on shall I?




    Matt

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  • egll
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    I'm using a 10D/300D combination and generally upload at 1024x683 as they are the dimensions of the sensor (when re-sized down), they are also pretty close to the dimensions of regular film.

    In any case the shape of a plane fits much better into a 1024x683 frame .




    Matt

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  • Matt Southwell
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    Thanks for your help Montague, I'm a true fan of your work. 1024x680 seems to have worked great, thanks again. And thanks everyone who has helped and sorry that some people had to make an ass of themselves in here.
    Before I got my 300D I had many photos accepted with a little point and shoot, yes... most of my pics are with a DSLR BUT the point is I started out with a point and shoot and still had 90% of my photos accepted.

    Regards Matt

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  • b777
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    Originally posted by jwenting
    Nothing you can do about it, but enough reason to take your business elsewhere.
    Ever heard of myaviation.net

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