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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Alright. Thank you for the help.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Dohwan Kim View Post
    Good evening. Would this be too much heat haze or borderline? Click image for larger version

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    Probably too much.

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Good evening. Would this be too much heat haze or borderline? Click image for larger version

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Alright. Thank you for the feedback.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Dohwan Kim View Post
    Good evening. It's been a while since I've last followed up on this thread but how does the sharpness look for this shot? Any feedback will be highly appreciated.Click image for larger version

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    Sharpness would be acceptable for me.

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Good evening. It's been a while since I've last followed up on this thread but how does the sharpness look for this shot? Any feedback will be highly appreciated.Click image for larger version

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Alright. I'll see what I can do. Not sure I can do much about the framing since the angle and image edge/height ratios are highly restrictive.

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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by Dohwan Kim View Post
    Good evening. Would it be possible to get a second opinion on this shot? It was taken from an aircraft window and as such, I cropped it at a 16x9 aspect ratio to avoid any part of the window frame.
    Hello.

    For me its too off centered (too low in frame), also it seems to be soft and over processed (too much noise filter) to me.

    Regards

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Good evening. Would it be possible to get a second opinion on this shot? It was taken from an aircraft window and as such, I cropped it at a 16x9 aspect ratio to avoid any part of the window frame.
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  • Dohwan Kim
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    I explained that to the screeners in the original upload attempt and in the appeal as well. I even provided a link to the FAA lookup page with the relevant details but both the original upload and the appeal were rejected, regardless of the info I provided. I was able to upload the second attempt by marking it as a Gulfstream airframe but it just doesn't sit right with me that the info in that post isn't up to date.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Dohwan Kim View Post
    I have a question about a recent info rejection. I originally uploaded this photo, https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9977912 (my second upload attempt), with the airline marked as the "US Air Force" and the genre as "military" since the aircraft has been owned by the USAF since 2019 to be modified as a C-37B. Additionally, I looked up the registration on the FAA registration lookup page and the owner came up as "Government: US Air Force," which further confirmed its ownership status. However, the rejection reason for the first upload attempt said "- Bad Info: Airline,Genre." I appealed but that too was rejected with the following reason: "still in the colors of the manufacturer, no titles or markings of the Air Force." Based on that logic, some photos of USAF special operations aircraft should be rejected as well. I don't know why it specifically has to have markings to be counted as an Air Force jet. If all the reputable sources list the owner as the USAF, I feel like that should be enough of a reason to accept the photo, especially since Gulfstream no longer owns the airframe. Also, Gulfstream has a few official liveries: since this jet is unpainted (only wearing primer), it is not in any specific manufacturer's colors.
    Maybe it was unclear that this airframe had already been transferred to the Air Force. N-regs. typically mean this has not happened yet (see all the KC-46s operated by Boeing), but there are some exceptions and it seems you have found one. In such a case it would be a good idea to include an explanation with the upload (or appeal) detailing the situation and providing a link to the relevant info.

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    I have a question about a recent info rejection. I originally uploaded this photo, https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9977912 (my second upload attempt), with the airline marked as the "US Air Force" and the genre as "military" since the aircraft has been owned by the USAF since 2019 to be modified as a C-37B. Additionally, I looked up the registration on the FAA registration lookup page and the owner came up as "Government: US Air Force," which further confirmed its ownership status. However, the rejection reason for the first upload attempt said "- Bad Info: Airline,Genre." I appealed but that too was rejected with the following reason: "still in the colors of the manufacturer, no titles or markings of the Air Force." Based on that logic, some photos of USAF special operations aircraft should be rejected as well. I don't know why it specifically has to have markings to be counted as an Air Force jet. If all the reputable sources list the owner as the USAF, I feel like that should be enough of a reason to accept the photo, especially since Gulfstream no longer owns the airframe. Also, Gulfstream has a few official liveries: since this jet is unpainted (only wearing primer), it is not in any specific manufacturer's colors.

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Understood

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Dohwan Kim View Post
    Yesterday, I was able to go airside at BQK. I took this photo while being driven through a hangar and as such, it's the only non-blurry shot I got of this jet. Would the equipment and and people be grounds for rejection, seeing as it's actively being worked on and since nobody is clearly identifiable?
    Would be rejected for horizon and cut off.

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  • Dohwan Kim
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    Yesterday, I was able to go airside at BQK. I took this photo while being driven through a hangar and as such, it's the only non-blurry shot I got of this jet. Would the equipment and and people be grounds for rejection, seeing as it's actively being worked on and since nobody is clearly identifiable?
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