Unification / Standarization of duplicated entries is high on the priority list, but at this point is just not possible for the editors to do such batch processing. As soon as the tools are ready - no idea when - I am sure they will clean up duplicates as quickly as possible.
Was a mistake by the screener that handled the appeal. Ticked the wrong box. Should have been "Underexposed" instead of "Personal Message".
All the best,
Do you really see no difference in the lower-left corner of these two photos?? https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/7/7/7/5320777.jpg?v=v454bae02442 https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/3/6/2/5116263.jpg?v=v404ef7d8c12 Go ahead, open them in two browser tabs and switch between th...Jump to post
Canon cameras (I guess Nikon too, but don't know for sure) apply some amount of sharpening in-camera to the RAW images. It varies from barely appreciable in some models to really disturibing in others (6D). Luckily it is one of the parameters of what Canon calls "Picture Style" so you can ...Jump to post
Could be to wait if they had to be in a certain point at a certain time and were too early. Just a guess.Jump to post
Agree to what DL747 says, please keep all your requests in one topic. My take, only about cropping and motives. 1. Point of attention is the waving pilot, this is a Motive rejection. From the Acceptance guide : "Close up cockpit shots with the only reason for the shot being showing pilots wavin...Jump to post
You can also get runway facing rooms at the Premier Inn T4 , but very much like in the Renaissance, you will be shooting through several layers of glass, so basically forget night shots there. Having such a room might come in handy if the weather during the day is poor, though. Some daylight shots f...Jump to post
Nice copyright bar by the same guy:-P http://www.airliners.net/photo/Untitled/Boeing-737-332/2779353/L During the site migration, some photos suffered from copyright bar duplication. We will ask for this one to be re-processed so one of them is removed. Absolutely nothing to do with the user, if yo...Jump to post
The "field" remark means that when uploading photos of Boeing and Airbus aircraft (among others) you should avoid sending any "Builder" data, as it only applies for license-built aircraft. So, when you enter the registration and airport on the photo upload page, and click on Auto...Jump to post
Even though the fuselage is centered, as you guides show, the high tail makes the aircraft look high. Same happens usually with 737s, as those also have a quite large tail. Just place it a bit lower, it will look more balanced. As for linking images, go to your photo corner, rejected, click on "...Jump to post
As Stefan pointed out, the UPS and Alaska are too blurry to work, even in smaller sizes. The DC-10 looks more soft than blurry to me. I would try another edit in a smaller size, increasing the contrast and removing some blue color cast.
To minimize weird artifacts on high-contrast edges, you can always reduce in-camera sharpening to zero (is one of the parameters in what Canon calls Picture Style). Other than that, the 1800px example shows some *very minimal* jaggies on the Eurowings titles, while the fine detail on the tail is per...Jump to post
General look: OK! Much better than the tooltip / mouseover. Format: City - Country. No need for "Barajas Adolfo Suarez" or other long names. IATA codes. Easier to use and read. And if possible, parse them into airport names ONLY when written on upper case. In this way we eliminate the issu...Jump to post