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Posted 10 February 2018 - 11:04 CET

My picture was reject for framing, but is lot picture like this.

My reject pictures.

Other pictures accepted.

And list to be continued with lot and lot same picture.


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Posts: 148
Posted 10 February 2018 - 13:22 CET

The plane is perhaps too smal compared to the other elements in your picture if you see what I mean ...

In the other pictures you mentionned, the plane is the main element, in yours, I think (but it is just my own opinion) that the other elements (houses, hotel, cars) are too "prominent".

Once again, I am not a screener and it is just my point of view.

Have a nice week-end.

Richard Parkhouse 
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Posted 10 February 2018 - 15:02 CET

For me, the position and size of the 737 is not the problem - there's nothing wrong with having the aircraft high or low in the frame as long as the composition is balanced, in fact this would fit quite nicely into the Photography Location category.

I think the problem here is that certain elements in the frame have been cut off - the BMW has been cut in half making the composition seem awkward. I suspect this is the reason it has been rejected.

The other shots you have included as examples feel complete as elements in the frame have not been cut off.




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Posted 10 February 2018 - 16:08 CET

Richard, the reason is simple, framing, nothing else. I know what you mean, but that would require another reason to reject, that is cut off. Or the reason for rejecting them in this case would be high in frame, or low in frame in another situation.

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