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  • #16
    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    45-degree rule was removed almost two years ago. Images from the same side/sequence can be considered similar regardless of date taken, although if the images are more than 6-7 years apart, we can be a bit more lenient. In this case, only a year separates the images, so yes, similar.
    Thanks for the feedback. That's a lot more restrictive than it used to be, sucks for those of us who normally shoot at airports with limited angles.

    That does explain why I couldn't find any mention of the 45 degree rule. Is there still a difference between daylight/sunrise-sunset/night shots of similar angles, or was that eliminated as well?
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    • #17
      Originally posted by Felipe Garcia View Post

      Thanks for the feedback. That's a lot more restrictive than it used to be, sucks for those of us who normally shoot at airports with limited angles.

      That does explain why I couldn't find any mention of the 45 degree rule. Is there still a difference between daylight/sunrise-sunset/night shots of similar angles, or was that eliminated as well?
      Day vs. night shots are usually not considered similar.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        Day vs. night shots are usually not considered similar.
        Sweet. Thanks!
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        • #19
          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=7808988

          For this one, a bunch of images taken around the same time/same light got rejected with contrast. Should I add or reduce contrast? These were taken right as the sun was setting

          Also are there any clear guidelines on what is similar? It says it's similar to https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8909450

          Means that you have a similar photo already in the database. Please upload only your best photos, try to be creative. Similar refers to:
          - a photo taken from the same sequence the same day e. landing, taxiing, ramp parking or take off
          or
          - same registration, similar angle or composition or same background taken on different dates.
          - Close up views and full or partial views of an a/c taken at the same angle, are generally considered similar.

          If a new upload is of a significantly better quality, we may consider accepting it.

          We will only accept a certain number of cockpit or window shots taken in the same aircraft (normally no more than two).


          Contrast issue aside, the angles aren't similar, neither is the light, and they're not even the same kind of sequence (one is a takeoff and one a landing), so I'm at a loss as to how to prevent similar rejections.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Felipe Garcia View Post
            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=7808988

            For this one, a bunch of images taken around the same time/same light got rejected with contrast. Should I add or reduce contrast? These were taken right as the sun was setting

            Also are there any clear guidelines on what is similar? It says it's similar to https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8909450

            Means that you have a similar photo already in the database. Please upload only your best photos, try to be creative. Similar refers to:
            - a photo taken from the same sequence the same day e. landing, taxiing, ramp parking or take off
            or
            - same registration, similar angle or composition or same background taken on different dates.
            - Close up views and full or partial views of an a/c taken at the same angle, are generally considered similar.

            If a new upload is of a significantly better quality, we may consider accepting it.

            We will only accept a certain number of cockpit or window shots taken in the same aircraft (normally no more than two).


            Contrast issue aside, the angles aren't similar, neither is the light, and they're not even the same kind of sequence (one is a takeoff and one a landing), so I'm at a loss as to how to prevent similar rejections.
            The similar rejection is a bit harsh, but technically any shot same side in the air/on the ground could be considered similar. Contrast because the washed out sky in the background is making the aircraft difficult to see, though this is also a subjective (and aesthetic) thing.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              The similar rejection is a bit harsh, but technically any shot same side in the air/on the ground could be considered similar. Contrast because the washed out sky in the background is making the aircraft difficult to see, though this is also a subjective (and aesthetic) thing.
              Hm ok, thanks for the input. Do you think the contrast issue is salvageable (for the whole batch)?
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Felipe Garcia View Post

                Hm ok, thanks for the input. Do you think the contrast issue is salvageable (for the whole batch)?
                You could certainly try, but not sure how successful you would be.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  You could certainly try, but not sure how successful you would be.
                  Thanks for the input, sorry about the late response. I'll leave that on the backburner for now.

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