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  • Hinkelbein
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    Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
    Hinkelbein,

    I was the screener and I left you a note in the reject email about what to use for vertical, which referred to Peter Unmuth's explanation ?
    Hi Brian,

    Thanks for that, I will upload the adjusted photo later. Hope that it will pass the screeners this time.
    (But first I'll become paying member so I can upload a whole bunch of planes )

    Greets,

    Hinkelbein

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  • brianw999
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    Hinkelbein,

    I was the screener and I left you a note in the reject email about what to use for vertical, which referred to Peter Unmuth's explanation ?

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  • Top_Gun
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    not stupid, I had to ask myself when I was getting those comments from the screeners

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  • Hinkelbein
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    Originally posted by Top_Gun View Post
    CCW= Counter Clockwise

    CW= clock wise
    Oh .. .my ... God ... that simple!!
    I'm ashamed of myself.

    Sorry Top Gun for this very stupid question!

    Greets,

    Hinkelbein

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  • Top_Gun
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    Originally posted by Hinkelbein View Post
    Thanks Top Gun.
    I will of course adapt the photo.

    Could you tell me what CCW stands for?

    Greets,

    Hinkelbein
    CCW= Counter Clockwise

    CW= clock wise

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  • Hinkelbein
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    Hi OE-VAP,

    You used a vertical line, while Top Gun suggests I use the horizontal line by the people near the propellor.

    Hmm, difficult. I fear it is a tough matter, this horizontalling thing.

    But: who said we have an easy hobby ?

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  • Hinkelbein
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    Thanks Top Gun.
    I will of course adapt the photo.

    Could you tell me what CCW stands for?

    Greets,

    Hinkelbein

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  • oe-vap
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    Vertical line in middle of pic used (marked red). 0,8 degrees counterclockwise rotated

    Hope this helps
    Last edited by oe-vap; 2009-04-16, 08:03.

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  • Top_Gun
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    If you look to the far left you can see some people just left of the prop. You can see the floor there and it's way to high up. I would put the line there and drag it all the way across to the right.

    It needs CCW rotation, but I don't have Elements here to see how much. Use the grid feature and rotate it manually and see how the lines line up with your grid. This is how we determine if something is level, but you can see with the naked eye this one needs CCW.

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  • Hinkelbein
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    Had one rejected again, due to the same problem.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2226755

    I can see that is is unlevel, but where should I place the level tool with Photoshop?

    Is it where the people sit on the chairs in the background?
    Or somewhere else?

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  • Hinkelbein
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    Well, I 'll just try all lines and if it is rejected five times, so be it. If it still doesn't work, I'll keep them to myself.
    I have more of this museum, all inside, no horizon. Some of them are not yet in the database

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  • Top_Gun
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    I was the screener that said to use the the back wall as a guide. For me, that's what draws my eye to see if something is level or not. I don't use the verticals, just like using flag or light polls they don't aways appear straight up.

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  • wrxflyer
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    Hi mate,

    Always use verticals for levelling; if they are available !( like walls, colums etc. No flags or lampposts)
    In this case, use the vertical columns of the wall, especially the ones in the middle of the photo.

    Good luck

    Freek
    Last edited by wrxflyer; 2008-11-23, 15:13.

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  • Hinkelbein
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    horizon / straightening prob

    Guys,

    I had this pic rejected twice, because it wasn´t straight. One screener said I should use the back wall as a guidance, but it was still rejected. What must I do? I have no horizon in the pic.

    In the attachent is the pic. I added some yellow lines. Is there one of the lines I should use as horizon?

    Greets,

    Hinkelbein
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