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  • 2C67
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    Yes it does, and I hadn't noticed it to be honest-I'll try to get that sorted out.

    Thanks for your advice Gerardo!



    Matt

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  • brianw999
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    Chris, check the about us page.
    In his defence Gerardo, it does say Jetphotos.net crew under Matt's screenname.

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  • LX-A343
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    Matt, the combination of chopped off tail and too much dead space below the aircraft make the photo look unbalanced. I would have rejected also the accepted one, but I reckon it is borderline and you still remember our discussions in the forums I guess

    A CREW member asking us lowly scum for advice?!?!
    Chris, check the about us page.

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  • z740
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    A CREW member asking us lowly scum for advice?!?! ROFLLL

    Just kidding. As Brian said it's a tad high in the frame and also seems to be a little to the right IMHO. Good luck!

    -Chris

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  • brianw999
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    Horizontal centreing is fine but both are too high in the frame. Try using the window line to centre vertically.

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  • 2C67
    started a topic Centering.

    Centering.

    Got this one rejected for bad composition:

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1635830


    Fair enough, the APU is further from the edge of the image than the nose is, but on this image I centered it using the left engine and the APU as reference points. I used that technique to center all my images from that evening and I am curious to know how come some have got in and some have been rejected.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=6082707


    Advice please?




    Matt
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