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  • Obstructing objects reject

    Is this worth appealing....?
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject.php?id=928233
    I've had others similar accepted. For example....
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=5716481
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=473354
    Any comments welcome.
    Cheers

  • #2
    I'd just keep them for the personal collection, the trees are far to disracting!

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    • #3
      You got more trees in the frame than those you got in the database. Thus making it very distracting...
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      • #4
        As John Paul said, the tree in the rejected picture is much more prominent then in the accepted ones. And the accpeted ones are of a better overall quality. Imho you should not complain that the Korean 747 was rejected, but be happy that the screeners found your pic good enough not to reject it, even with the trees.

        You should be well aware that such complaints are bound to raise the expected standard in the long run.
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        • #5
          @ Stefan, As I see it, He's not really complaining. On the other hand he only wants your opinion if its worth appealing. Which I hope the posts so far in this thread has already answered it.

          @ Rob W...
          Im abit clueless though as you seem to have clean space to the left and right of the tree. Why dont you move to the left or right side of it. So you avoid these treetops. Or is it your intention... ??? Hmmmm
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          • #6
            Yes, I agree. The tree in the rejected one is heavily bushed and almost in focus which kept drawing my eye down to that corner. In the Malaysian pic the aircraft is larger than the rejected one and therefore overpowers the presence of the tree, and in the Indian the tree is more thinned out and less obvious by being out of focus.

            ...and may I ask where you were when you took these pics please ?
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            • #7
              As John Paul said I wasn't complaining about the reject. Just seeking opinions as I always do so I can improve my photography.
              Yes I could have moved to get the tree out of the way but I stayed in that spot to get some shots with the trees in them as I'm quite fond of those types of pic. It gets a little boring shooting the same angle all day.
              Brian the pics are taken from the green at the end of Myrtle Avenue near Hatton Cross.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by robw
                As John Paul said I wasn't complaining about the reject. Just seeking opinions as I always do so I can improve my photography.
                Yes I could have moved to get the tree out of the way but I stayed in that spot to get some shots with the trees in them as I'm quite fond of those types of pic. It gets a little boring shooting the same angle all day.
                Brian the pics are taken from the green at the end of Myrtle Avenue near Hatton Cross.
                Its nice to see you seek for advices and stuff. You can try taking the shot with a little less clutter, or not at all let it obtruct the photo, less is better. more is too much. but yeah I know what you mean. It is boring to get the same angle everytime. But I like your work. Keep on with your work.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by robw
                  Brian the pics are taken from the green at the end of Myrtle Avenue near Hatton Cross.
                  In that case we may well get to meet at some time.
                  If it 'ain't broken........ Don't try to mend it !

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