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Viewers give you very bad ratings on your photos. Would you have any idea why?

Written on 19/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

What exactly is the purpose of a stream of unlabeled photos on fightawe's photo section?

Written on 28/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Too small.

Written on 11/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Please check designator B350 vor the King Air 350. Nice cabin!

Written on 12/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

WTF is this contributing to the plane spotting?

Written on 20/07/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Why would you upload such a photo on flightaware?

Written on 19/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Very very bad.

Written on 11/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

This F-15 seems to be rolling downlhill.

Written on 30/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Very nice flying and energy management.

Written on 21/07/2014 by Guido Warnecke

At the very bottom of the page you should see "Photo Tags" which will have the info you typed. You can change it there.

Written on 08/05/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

The CAP does a great work to bring the youth closer to aviation!

Written on 22/03/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Winter ops

Written on 08/06/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Luscombe 8E

Written on 07/08/2014 by Jeff Lawson

Such a great aircraft. Your photo hurts!

Written on 11/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Image Captured, April 29, 2014. Presented Gallery wrap copy of this print to ALASKA at KSJC, May 20, 2014, Measures 16 X 30 .. May be on the wall in the KSJC Alaska Lost Baggage Office

Written on 20/05/2014 by Clement Roberts_ksjc408@aol.com

Nice photo but it is a U.S. Air Force photo taken by Tech. Sgt. Ben Bloker.

Written on 07/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I like this one.

Written on 07/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Amen the that and thanks!

Written on 22/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I'm not sure why this one was given a water salute, but a plane will often be given the salute when the pilot is on his last flight before retiring. This one could have been for that reason or maybe because the aircraft was being retired.

Written on 03/04/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

At the Aeroclub Gelnhausen, Germany.

Written on 14/05/2014 by Guido Warnecke

I really like this shot. Very quiet and peaceful looking.

Written on 19/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I didn't actually see them in person anywhere there. Where were they hiding?

Written on 28/04/2014 by Jeff Lawson

Very good photo.

Written on 02/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

This is a staff pick?!!

Written on 20/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Who wants to see this????

Written on 12/07/2018 by Guido Warnecke

Agree.

Written on 19/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Again here my question: what does a photo like this contribute to the flightaware.com photo section?

Written on 15/12/2013 by Guido Warnecke

Nice!

Written on 23/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Thanks. It was interesting taking a photo from that spot.

Written on 24/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

finally you come up with a nice photo! Bringing that rate up to 3%.
A labeling with aircraft type, registration and location would be nice though...

Written on 21/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

This is a Cessna Citation not at Cessna 402 twin engine prop plane.

Written on 28/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Pretty brutal, Steven. I took a look at his postings and he has some very good images, many with some kind of 'background' and some are even on the ground(!) While there is a little repetition there and there, his work seems to be pretty good to me. And, an aircraft against a blue sky isn't always such a bad thing. Looking at what you have posted, I would suggest thinking about what should and shouldn't be posted, such as really dark and underexposed images that warrant one ★.

Written on 19/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Thanks. I've photographed this aircraft a lot.

Written on 23/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Heat haze.

Written on 17/09/2013 by concord977

A fast aircraft!

Written on 05/11/2013 by Guido Warnecke

Good use of BW. I like it.

Written on 21/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Go ahead, step across this line, I dare you.

Written on 07/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Sure looks like one to me.

Written on 30/04/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Well . . . you just might be right. I couldn't remember what kind it was and am not as up on helicopters as I should be, so I put what I thought I was. This was the only shot I had of this so I had nothing from the side. I'll change the caption so it will be correct. Thanks for pointing this out.

Written on 08/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I don't know, I can see a background. A building, grass, even a car. Image is a little crooked though. What needs to be considered is, 'should it be posted.'

Written on 19/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Great shot. I really like the composition.

Written on 21/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

This looks more like a helicopter than a Cessna 402 twin engine airplane.

Written on 28/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Ron Harper - GPS the address I've pasted below. It will get you within 100 feet of the location. It's a street that dead ends against the airport's fence. Plane-spotters are strongly advised to call KIAH Airport Operations to "check in" with them. Tell them you're at "Rankin Road" and they'll ask you a few questions.

2501 Rankin Road
Houston, TX 77032

Written on 23/01/2014 by concord977

Alamo1000 - thanks. I use a Nikon D800.

Written on 03/11/2013 by concord977

Did this plane take off or slide off?

Written on 19/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Neither. It's halfway extended.

Written on 27/04/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Pilatus P2 in Japanese markings. Interesting

Written on 19/01/2017 by sam kuminecz

N75342 is a T-6 Texan. This looks more like a TBM Avenger.

Written on 21/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Great shot. Good use of lines and composition.

Written on 21/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Ups...one Gin&Tonic too many... :-)

Written on 28/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

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