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    Quote Originally Posted by BartB65 View Post
    Thanks for the reply but that was not exactly what I meant I just imagined how you guys would "do" that. Meaning: how many pics do you think you 'judge' in an hour? And even though you must like planes.... don't you get sick and tired of the pics after a while?
    Personally, I do images in small batches throughout the day, so sitting down for an hour straight would be a little much. I know it takes me about 30 minutes to do 100 images if there are no issues that need to be dealt with (information that needs correcting/confirming, etc..). If there are multiple images that need extra attention, then it will obviously take longer.

    As for getting sick and tired of it, after 8 years and 500,000+ images screened, I do occasionally need to take a break, but otherwise I haven't (yet?) reached the burn out point

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    Just wanted to share a piece from someones appeal message: All my followers expect this photo.
    Sure..

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    We got that one on screening today.... Great boost of motivation for the crew as you can imagine....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
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    We got that one on screening today.... Great boost of motivation for the crew as you can imagine....
    ... and the reason was, because we don't accept his backlit shots!!!!! What a moron!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
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    We got that one on screening today.... Great boost of motivation for the crew as you can imagine....
    Did you reject the attachment as invasive watermark???

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    A new highlight today: we are racists for deleting a really crappy photo.

    Here's the photo (rejected for a bunch of reasons) ....
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    ... and here's his appeal message:

    You are losing a new aircraft photo. You guys need to be remembered that not everyone can buy a high end camera and take perfect shots. I shoot my photos with a small but reliable camera and that is what I can afford. It was my dream to get my first photo on JP but it seams impossible and you guys just dont care about the dificulties that a person can have just to take that one shot. I dont know if your mother made you perfect, but mine made me a fighter and I will fight to get that photo uploaded and I will make my dream come true. Good luck to you all racists and cheap persons on descualifiying photos.
    I wonder, how expensive a camera has to be to make the clutter disappear

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    A real fighter would use the clone stamp in Photoshop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CO777/200 View Post
    A real fighter would use the clone stamp in Photoshop!
    But this is not allowed as written in the Guidelines and lead to a Manipulation rejection with further actions!
    Letīs say the "real fighter" is someone, who did all for the perfect picture without cheating
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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    A new highlight today: we are racists for deleting a really crappy photo.

    Here's the photo (rejected for a bunch of reasons) ....
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    ... and here's his appeal message:



    I wonder, how expensive a camera has to be to make the clutter disappear

    Never shot with a 1DX Mark II? It removes everything, even dirt and jetway kisses when shooting Air France 747s.

    I really don't get the attitude/excuses regarding camera equipment. We're at the point where an entry level DSLR costs the same as any decent P&S, and if you're really cash strapped, used DSLRs provide a fantastic bang for the buck. And any decent P&S will create great shots when used properly.
    [SIGNATURE GOES HERE]

    Felipe Garcia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe Garcia View Post
    Never shot with a 1DX Mark II? It removes everything, even dirt and jetway kisses when shooting Air France 747s.
    Combine that with the brand new backlight-removing Canon lens and you will get a killer gear. You will then be able to take a shot and have it instantly in the hot photo queue, as the quality of these photos will - per definition - be superb.

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    and more educated people....

    We just love being treated like this...

    Photographer Comments to Screeners:
    "New reg. P.S. Why my photo rejected number 6******* has been commented with "Needs a little brightening, thanks."? Do not discard random photos, if I do the post on the forum you cover ridicule, uplodate it and give me the slot.This photo has good light"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
    and more educated people....

    We just love being treated like this...

    Photographer Comments to Screeners:
    "New reg. P.S. Why my photo rejected number 6******* has been commented with "Needs a little brightening, thanks."? Do not discard random photos, if I do the post on the forum you cover ridicule, uplodate it and give me the slot.This photo has good light"
    Oh, yeah! That's a very well thought comment which will bring you all you want .... NOT!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    Oh, yeah! That's a very well thought comment which will bring you all you want .... NOT!!
    I totally read that in the voice of a famous Kazakh journalist of British origin.
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    A quick thank you to the Screener who noted I had forgotten to tick nightshoot as a category on a recently uploaded shot. That was very kind and saved me a re-upload.

    Keep up the good work.
    May the Sun be with you. Resist the darkside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    A new highlight today: we are racists for deleting a really crappy photo.

    Here's the photo (rejected for a bunch of reasons) ....
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    ... and here's his appeal message:



    I wonder, how expensive a camera has to be to make the clutter disappear
    This one is so funny

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