Lately I’ve been trying to post pictures from my last spotting trip on Jetphotos and they’ve been rejected because of various reasons and I was searching for advice on IFC.
I have here are some photos that I’ve thought to be good to post there
Alaska Airlines Skywest E175 N400SY
Yeah give that a shot. #1 is the only one that has a slight chance. JP has a pretty good photo guideline page on their forum. It shows everything you are required to do. I’d check that if you haven’t already; very helpful. Days where it’s gloomy like that are probably the worst days to go spotting. You want to go when it’s sunny or maybe when there are after a nice thunderstorm passes through (I’ve found some really good shots during that time).
None of them will be able to make it. The first one is cut off and a bit blurry, while the rest are also blurry. You’ll need to adjust your shutter speed and ISO because they’re quite dark. I recently tried this photo and it was rejected. What can I say, they’re really strict! (though one to the reasons was object infront which makes sense)
Painfully, believe me. And, I have to say, some of those screeners are not the nicest people in the world… I might be able to do a fixer-upper on the first one if you want me to @NathanD, but because the winglet is cut off and that the photo was taken at an angle it’s definitely gonna be a maybe. But the other two probably won’t pass. The second one is too zoomed out and the third one is a bit too blurry.