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  • Paul Stam
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    I have waited more the a month, but no reaction.

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  • Paul Stam
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    No one ?

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  • Paul Stam
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    This photo was rejected because it was overexposed and too much or too little contrast. I appealed and the overexposed was gone, but this was the response from the appeal screener: Admin Comments >> Contrast is still off.
    I don't know what it means. I think there is nothing wrong with the photo. But if it does, then what's wrong?

    Photo: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8462013

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  • Paul Stam
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    But one of your crewmembers told me that this is an event (Open hangar day) and the people are not recognizable

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    This one: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8448127. What is the bad motive??
    Recognizable people

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  • Paul Stam
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    This one: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8448127. What is the bad motive??

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    I did not appeal the photo, so I received no explanation.
    I see only one image on your rejection list that was rejected for bad info, an RNLAF Alouette. If this is not the image you are referring to, I have no idea which one you are talking about.

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  • Paul Stam
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    The reason for the bad info is mentioned both on the page for the rejected image, and in your rejected appeal. Do you know where and how to view your rejected images?

    I did not appeal the photo, so I received no explanation. And by the way what is the meaning of the search button when it does not work.

    Your browser almost certainly has a function called a 'bookmark' or something where you can save this page for future use. I suggest you 'bookmark' this page so you can find it easily again in the future. I did so, but after months I lost it. So why so difficult. Made the forum easier to access.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    So the forum doesn't know my name, how can I find my threads if I haven't checked the forum for months.
    we discussed this before, and came to a solution even you agreed worked, no?

    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    Your browser almost certainly has a function called a 'bookmark' or something where you can save this page for future use. I suggest you 'bookmark' this page so you can find it easily again in the future.
    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    Thanks for your advice. I have saved this page in my browser and it works very well.

    Paul
    Does this no longer work?

    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    I get sick of being treated like a little boy all the time.
    Well, we can ask politely, and then try to inform, but beyond that people's willingness to listen and try to understand is beyond our control ​​

    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    Or even better answer my question, then we're done.
    Not sure why you think you should get special treatment, especially after you've just asked not to receive it

    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    or even better let the screener mention what the bad info is, then I don't need the whole forum
    The reason for the bad info is mentioned both on the page for the rejected image, and in your rejected appeal. Do you know where and how to view your rejected images?

    Yes, it might be easier in the short term just to give you the answer you are looking for, but in the long term is it not much more efficient if we take the time to teach you how to answer these questions yourself, AND how to use the forum properly, so you don't need to go through this each time it happens in the future?

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  • Paul Stam
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    My question:
    I had a photo rejected for bad info. That is it. Without further explanation. How do I find out what the bad info is?

    dlowwa replies with:

    Hello, as we have asked before, please read here carefully, especially #4:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ning-from-crew

    Your previous thread:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...editing-advice

    This thread will be deleted shortly, thank you.


    Yes I know that too, but I cannot find my previous thread. I used the search function and entered my name. And this is the result: Search Result


    Search Results: 0 result in 0.0047 seconds.

    So the forum doesn't know my name, how can I find my threads if I haven't checked the forum for months. I get sick of being treated like a little boy all the time. Then make the forum easier to access. Or even better answer my question, then we're done. or even better let the screener mention what the bad info is, then I don't need the whole forum. Surely it's not my fault that the forum works with such complicated rules, it's not my fault that the search button doesn't work. So thanks for the help (sarcastic) and good night. I'm done with it and will not get an answer to my question.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    Thank you for your explanation, although I will probably never use it.
    That's a good thing, since it's not allowed

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  • Paul Stam
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    Thank you for your explanation, although I will probably never use it.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    Thank you for your answer. I am curious how you can replace the sky in a photo. How do you do that?
    Pretty easy actually, just select the whole aircraft (i.e. isolate it from the rest of the frame), and replace the remaining part of the frame with a single color.

    It took me less than 20 seconds to do with your image:

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  • Paul Stam
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    Thank you for your answer. I am curious how you can replace the sky in a photo. How do you do that?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Paul Stam View Post
    I had one rejected: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8094156 and one of the reasons was digital manipulation The comment van the screener was this: Sky replacement is not allowed. If you do this again you get an upload restriction

    I am amazed. What's the meaning of this? I have never done that before. I don't know how to do that. I have never heard of it. And then immediately a threat. I find this very insulting, Please explain how you can replace the sky, because I have never done it. Like I said I can't at all. What a sad comment from a screener.
    An overraction from the screener. Because the quality of the image/sky is so poor, it looks like it has been manipulated. I'll mention it to the screener to be more careful before making accusations in the future.

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