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Tomasz Księżopolski 

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Joined in January 2017
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Posted 20 March 2018 - 16:21 CET

Hello,

One of my photos has recently been rejected and reason was 'motive'.What does it mean?

Link to the photo: https://www.airplane-pictures.net/images/rejected-images/2018-3/1037196.jpg

Jetzguy 

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Joined in July 2016
Posts: 124
Posted 20 March 2018 - 17:01 CET

They did not like the crop. It was either not close enough or to close. You did not focus on a single item like an engine, flaps, cockpit winglet etc. You just did an awkward crop of your photo or took an awkward photo in their estimation. Show more of the aircraft next time or take a tighter shot. Being so dark did not help either lol. Don't worry. Keep on shooting :-) The "motive" comment is because they either did not know what you were trying to show or they think you could do a better job of capturing it is all.

Cheers from Canada

Tomasz Księżopolski 

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Joined in January 2017
Posts: 10
Posted 20 March 2018 - 17:51 CET

Thank You Jetzguy for explanation :-)

Cheers from Poland

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