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    Hi,

    I have had a couple of photo's just rejected for "Aircraft Not Centered In Frame"

    Is this Veritcally centered? because most of the photos were fine horizontally.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject.php?id=392456

    Thanks,
    Sean.

  • #2
    I would say that horizontally, it's not too bad but it is not centred vertically. I have had a couple of similar photos rejected for that reason.

    Also, it is quite grainy. Perhaps try a bit of neat image. I think the address is www.neatimage.com. If not look it up in google.

    Regards
    YBBN - James

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    • #3
      Wouldn't get accepted anyway. Even Neatimage wouldn't mix that much grain. Sorry!

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      • #4
        I agree that the photo is grainy. Wouldn't have argued if it had of been rejected due to that.

        Found it a bit odd though that several of my photo's were rejected for "Aircraft not centered in frame" when a couple of others i have uploaded maded it through and were possibly worse.

        Thanks,
        Sean.

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        • #5
          That photo has too much space above the plane.
          Will F.
          Photos: JetPhotos.Net | Airliners.net | General Photography

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          • #6
            Yes, to much space on the top then on the bottom, You can crop it, but that might reduce the size of the image thus not big enough to be uploaded.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Leftseat86
              Wouldn't get accepted anyway. Even Neatimage wouldn't mix that much grain. Sorry!
              I agree. You would have to put so much noise correction that the photo would be way to soft.

              Cheers,

              Gabe

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              • #8
                No image matches that id number
                http://www.aircraftinaction.co.uk/

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