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  • Why can someone people have photos of cut off parts of airplanes?

    I donít understand why so many experienced photographers easily get photos with wings/fuselage cut off, but a beginner photographer like me always gets denied

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    This is a great photo, but should be uploaded because of the aircraft cutoff rule?

  • #2
    Originally posted by Connor Beltran View Post
    I don’t understand why so many experienced photographers easily get photos with wings/fuselage cut off, but a beginner photographer like me always gets denied

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    This is a great photo, but should be uploaded because of the aircraft cutoff rule?
    Because experienced photographers are more likely to know what is an acceptable crop than someone with less experience. And how can you be sure that those experienced photographers are not also receiving rejections for cut off? Not to mention the fact that the 'experienced photographer' whose image you used as an example has only two images accepted..so what exactly in your mind qualifies as 'experienced'?

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    • #3
      There is only the wing cut off. This is a normal photo and I have uploaded some of these also very often. Sometimes the wings are so "massive" and long that the plane itself would be kind of lost in the image. And as the wings are not always that important than the fuselage photographers use this crop.

      Here you can see some examples and as you see there are nearly the same crop as the one you shown. Just other angles of view.
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8898078
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8897936
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8897925
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8921602
      https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8908062

      Why not using your own prescreening thread instead to get help instead of complaining? Then we also see what's your problem, maybe there is something else causing the rejection.
      View my Spottingpictures on Jetphotos.net here

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
        Because experienced photographers are more likely to know what is an acceptable crop than someone with less experience.
        Is a crop (of a large Boeing or Airbus, for example) generally acceptable, as long as all engines and the fuselage are fully visible?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jvdl View Post
          Is a crop (of a large Boeing or Airbus, for example) generally acceptable, as long as all engines and the fuselage are fully visible?
          Can't really say without seeing an example, but yes cutting the engines is usually not acceptable. Cropping the fuselage is, but it can depend on how much/the angle/etc.. so can't really give a definitive yes or no.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
            Can't really say without seeing an example, but yes cutting the engines is usually not acceptable. Cropping the fuselage is, but it can depend on how much/the angle/etc.. so can't really give a definitive yes or no.
            Didn't really have an example in mind, just trying to get a feel for the crop rules. Thanks.

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