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  • Drew1980 - editing advice

    Hi everyone,

    I had a photo that was rejected because the aircraft was not centered; however, I used JetPhoto's online tool to make sure it was centered. Please take a look at the attached photo and let me know how I can fix it so I can re-submit the photo.

    Thank you so much in advance!
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    It’s too low in the frame. The distance from the top of the fuselage above the cockpit to the top of the frame should be the same as the distance from the lowest point of the lower fuselage, i.e. the curve behind the main gear, to the bottom of the frame.
    If it 'ain't broken........ Don't try to mend it !

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    • #3
      Originally posted by brianw999 View Post
      It’s too low in the frame. The distance from the top of the fuselage above the cockpit to the top of the frame should be the same as the distance from the lowest point of the lower fuselage, i.e. the curve behind the main gear, to the bottom of the frame.
      Thank you. I do understand what you are saying, however when I move the fuselage upwards by just a bit it no longer sits perfectly centred using your online “centre” tool. Is that tool just to be used as a general guideline?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Drew1980 View Post
        Thank you. I do understand what you are saying, however when I move the fuselage upwards by just a bit it no longer sits perfectly centred using your online “centre” tool. Is that tool just to be used as a general guideline?
        Please allow me to use your photo for demonstration purpose. I have used the Jetphotos tool to check centering and then deleted it right away.

        I don't think the aircraft sits fit in the centering tool.

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        The fuselage should be well positioned in accordance with the center line. As Brain said, it's too low in the frame.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by QuocTrungTran View Post
          Please allow me to use your photo for demonstration purpose. I have used the Jetphotos tool to check centering and then deleted it right away.

          I don't think the aircraft sits fit in the centering tool.

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          The fuselage should be well positioned in accordance with the center line. As Brain said, it's too low in the frame.

          I aee see it now. Thank you!!!

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