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Wronly [sic] rejected

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https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthread ... d&p=662062
I'm a pretty understanding person when it comes to advice,but I think my photo should not have been declined. What infuriates me even more is it got rejected in less then 2 minutes which shows the person who went over mine rushed. I checked the reason for rejection and it said it was "too hot" yet I'm pretty sure I'm the only person with a photo of it from this angle. I appealed it yet there was no reason for rejection it was just a quality issue (again absurd).I did it a last time and the screener had a bunch of stuff wrong with it, and half of it if not most was false. https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6482448 please check out the photo and tell me what you think.
When looking at the other uploads from this user, I don't think I could reply as calmly as Dana did.
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I'm gonna go out on a limb and say this person just bought a T7/75-300III combo and thinks he's hot * just because. I doubt he's using a Canon 18MP starter camera because the shots don't look like it, but the images are soft and have noticeable pink/green color aberrations, which my 75-300III was great at.

Also probably 14 or 15, hence thinking he's hot *.

I wouldn't say he's beyond all hope, Jan Jasinski was like that back in 2011, but he's since grown up and now takes some fantastic photos. Only time will tell.
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Whatever he is, he doesn't seem to understand what the crewmembers were telling him, because he asked for opinions on new photos with the same exact issues:
https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthread ... post662196

Crooked horizons, obstructions and clipped parts of the plane :|
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