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  • Wheat
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    I would add learn what a hot photo is before uploading we’ve all done it when we were uploading for the 1st time

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  • kevinrclemmonsphoto
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    Addendum For Beginners, and lessons I have learned so far:

    * You will get many rejections before you get an accepted photo. Don't take it personally. Take the rejection reasons, and LEARN FROM THEM!

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  • sfoflightsim
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    Great topic!
    I think this one should be added:
    Before you appeal, please make sure to double check everything again and make sure to have solid reasons.

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  • DSP121
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    Thanks for sharing these tips with us!

    As a beginner, its gonna help me a lot!

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  • Julian S.
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    Very Good "Rules" in there!!!

    Originally posted by Anatal View Post
    #xx Screeners are humans!!! So yes we do make mistakes.
    I will add to this point:
    A pre-screening advice is not a 100% Guarantee of the final result! Sometimes there can be differences.

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  • Anatal
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    #xx Screeners are humans!!! So yes we do make mistakes.

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  • Bjorn1979
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    Great topic

    15 : Don't go for the largest uploadsize when a picture is not fully sharp. Then take a smaller size
    16 : Different airport but picture is from same registration with almost same background/colour/light then don't upload it. It's adds nothing extra to the database !

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  • YanS
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    Hi everyone,

    What a great topic!

    I would add:
    14: Do not upload dozens of photos just because the queue is short!

    All the best,
    Yannick

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Kulverstukas View Post
    I wonder since when backlit conditions counts as strong rejection reason along with blurriness and heat hase. Agreed that latter two aru unmendable but how about this "backlit" photos?
    Some exceptions are made for exceptional/rare/new aircraft.

    Originally posted by Kulverstukas View Post
    Also AFAIK daily limit is 10? (5 at A-P.net)
    He is talking about the number of images you can request for prescreening. In order to prevent someone from flooding the forum with prescreening requests, the crew will usually only answer 5 per person every 24 hours.

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  • Kulverstukas
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    Originally posted by crisquijano View Post
    2. Backlit and Heat haze cannot be fixed. Period.
    13. Daily submission limit is 5 a day.
    I wonder since when backlit conditions counts as strong rejection reason along with blurriness and heat hase. Agreed that latter two aru unmendable but how about this "backlit" photos?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8691834
    https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/7925698

    Also AFAIK daily limit is 10? (5 at A-P.net)

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  • StMawganE14
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    Brilliant!

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  • crisquijano
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    Originally posted by vcruvinel View Post
    13. Never ask to prescreen a photo in the forum if it already in the queue hahaha it`s a very common situation!

    Vinicius
    good one. I would add:

    13. Never ask to pre-screen a photo in the forum if already in the queue and always submit at upload size.

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  • vcruvinel
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    13. Never ask to prescreen a photo in the forum if it already in the queue hahaha it`s a very common situation!

    Vinicius

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  • crisquijano
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    Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post
    I would change that to ...
    6. Centering in profile shots: Aircraft must be centered vertically using the whole aircraft as reference.


    Other than ... the beginning of a learning curve every (aviation) photographer has to go through
    Done!... thanks... this was a perfect example of #10

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by crisquijano View Post
    Here's my list. Please add your items.

    [...]
    6. Centering in profile shots: Aircraft must be centered vertically using the fuselage as reference.
    [...]
    I would change that to ...
    6. Centering in profile shots: Aircraft must be centered vertically using the whole aircraft as reference.


    Other than ... the beginning of a learning curve every (aviation) photographer has to go through

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