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Re: Photography Rules

Postby andygolfer » Thu Jul 03, 2014 7:48 am

From today, we have decided to amend the rules to allow a maximum of 10% military content at civilian airfields only.

If you wish to post more than 10% then we suggest that as stated in the original rules they should be posted on our sister forum, fighter control, heres a link to the registration page if you are not already a member: http://www.fightercontrol.co.uk/forum/u ... e=register and you include a link to the FC (fighter control) post in your topic. Similar links to on-line photo albums containing the photos will also be acceptable.

We trust you will consider that this offers a small amount of flexibility which might help to give the full 'flavour' of a day out at a civilian airfield whilst still maintaining the general aim of the forum to be a civilian one.
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Re: Photography Rules

Postby andygolfer » Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:39 pm

andygolfer wrote:From today, we have decided to amend the rules to allow a maximum of 10% military content at civilian airfields only.

If you wish to post more than 10% then we suggest that as stated in the original rules they should be posted on our sister forum, fighter control, heres a link to the registration page if you are not already a member: http://www.fightercontrol.co.uk/forum/u ... e=register and you include a link to the FC (fighter control) post in your topic. Similar links to on-line photo albums containing the photos will also be acceptable.

We trust you will consider that this offers a small amount of flexibility which might help to give the full 'flavour' of a day out at a civilian airfield whilst still maintaining the general aim of the forum to be a civilian one.


A reminder of the above for everybody please, we will be slightly flexible re the 10% i.e. rounding up a bit, for example if there are 2 out of 18 military we will accept that as long as it's not a regular habit by a member.
Government aircraft with dual registrations are acceptable without breaking the 10% rule.

Please also note that for the photo comps military registered aircraft posted as part of a mainly civilian post i.e complying with the above guidance are not eligible for the photo competitions - see rule 3 of POTM.

thank you

Andrew
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please support our photo competitions by entering and/or voting!

All right... all right... but apart from better sanitation and medicine and education and irrigation and public health and roads and a freshwater system and baths and public order... what have the Romans done for us?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rKYL0tW-Ek
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Location: Rayne Essex - 12 miles east of Stansted


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