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  • Patrick P - rth.info
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    I finally cancelled trying to upload my ics at a.net ...
    Just do not spend so much time into having your pictures on that page. There are other sites with lower rejection levels - like jetphotos.net; and though usually here are just photos added at jetphotos.net which are of good quality. If the a.net screeners think they don't wanna add your pics - well, just don't care and try elsewhere. :P
    - This is my personal opinion only -

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  • tsentsan
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    And u claim to be a former airliners.net screener? LOLX.

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  • AIRLNRGUY
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    That might be. I'll have to try that next time. I guess all it takes is someone with the same camera.

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  • Longreach747
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    i have sent pics that i have on display on jetphotos to a.net

    guess how many got rejected...every single one of them! what do you have to do to get a pic added over there.



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  • Radomir
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    Well, the confusion is rather simple to explain -- do not upload those pics with such "generic" name. That other guy also uploaded some other pic wiht the same name (DSCF..whatever) and they got mixed up. Try picking a unique name for each file you upload there. Registration only may not cut it either..

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  • AIRLNRGUY
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    I would, but Johan hates me, exactly why I think all of my photos are automatically rejected for Bad Quality.

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  • Braniffnut
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    Strange, I would advise Johan of this.

    Thomas

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  • AIRLNRGUY
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    One thing you did not mention. Two of these shots are mis-labled. This will definetly result in a "badinfo" kickback.

    #2 states that the photo is of a CO77 in TLV when in fact it is a UA 777 at SFO.

    #3 shows a shot at DEN when you marked it as being SFO.
    Actually, A.net loses the correct info after a few days and for some reason puts in other info. Look at those 2 again and look at the photogarpher info. Not me.

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  • Greg
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    I was wondering if CO had got a new livery. :P

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  • Braniffnut
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    One thing you did not mention. Two of these shots are mis-labled. This will definetly result in a "badinfo" kickback.

    #2 states that the photo is of a CO77 in TLV when in fact it is a UA 777 at SFO.

    #3 shows a shot at DEN when you marked it as being SFO.

    Thomas

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  • pilotguy
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    I like the last one!

    If you resize them to 1024x.. then they should look better!

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  • gocaps16
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    Well, im not a screener.

    But, what do YOU think? Look at all the other HIGH QUALITY shots on airliners.net and think about it. Re-look at yours and tell yourself, what is wrong and how can I improve it?

    Or just submit it to jetphotos.

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  • Greg
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    You could upload them here.

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  • AIRLNRGUY
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    I understand that. But do you think that they can get any better, if so, how. This has nothing to do with a.net, I could care less about them rejecting my photos. I was just using it as a way to post my pictures here.

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  • mikecweb
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    They simply don't meet their standards.

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