PUnmuth@VIE From Austria, joined Aug 2000, 4163 posts, RR: 53 Posted (11 years 3 months 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 8830 times:
May be not what you expected but interesting nevertheless. Some nice E-Mails from the last days that we screeners are getting in response to the screening results.
"Buy some glasses the picture is of very good Quality"
and so on.
Sometimes its really fun
Bigphilnyc From United States of America, joined Jan 2002, 4077 posts, RR: 53
Reply 2, posted (11 years 3 months 5 days 3 hours ago) and read 8735 times:
Well, I highly doubt that anyone writing those emails even gets pictures on this site. Lack of maturity like that would probably also result in really bad picture taking.
There's another message board that I've been a member of for over 3 years (I'm considered an elder), and I get hate mail regularly from random ghost email addresses, and I also get hate e-cards. I almost enjoy it. I know that if I'm not getting them, that I'm not being myself on the boards!
As for the screeners, if you are getting comments like those, then you know that you're doing a good job of screening and not being leniant. GOOD JOB GUYS!!!
Cathay112 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (11 years 3 months 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 8340 times:
I might start uploading airport buses, posters stuck on my walls and pictures of women taken in airport terminals again - I was hurt and immeasurably dissatisfied that my last batch were rejected. This site obviously doesn't know anything about aviation
Speaking of which, I recently had this picture rejected and it was taken within 1000km of an airport so I think it's perfectly acceptable
F4wso From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 974 posts, RR: 11
Reply 20, posted (11 years 3 months 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 8268 times:
I really appreciate what Anet has done to promote many aspects of aviation hobbies. I feel like a guest when I enter as it is free service and can not imagine being disrespectful. The ability to showcase what I enjoy doing and improve my skills have been great. Making new friends is wonderful. I would support those that cannot maintain decorum be given a warning subsequently banned for a repeat outburst. They can go to other sites. I have enjoyed Anet for some time and got a first class membership to support keeping it on the web. but, I still remain respectful and have disdain for those that trash it.
Seeking an honest week's pay for an honest day's work
Skymonster From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (11 years 3 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 8074 times:
Paul / Sukhoi hit the nail on the head - I don't get stressed about the insults, but all the screeners do this for free, for the "benefit" (depending on how you percieve it!) of the site and the photographers. When we get messages like that, I start to think "I don't need to give up my free time just to be insulted - why should I bother?" I can clearly recall at least a couple of occasions where I had a couple of hours free, was planning on screening, read my e-mail first, and after being insulted (again) decided I'd got better things to do. Whilst constructive criticism is always acceptable, the insults from a few bad apples can end up impacting the silent and supportive minority.
: I think Andy makes a very important point - this sort of bad behaviour is not just a problem for the screeners to deal with - its a problem that impac
: I think a person who sends insulting or rude emails should be warned once perhaps and then promptly loose all rights to the site on the second offense
27 Jan Mogren
: Name and shame! Name and shame! Name and shame! Name and shame! Name and shame! Name and shame! Name and shame! Name and shame! Name and shame! Name a
: Hi all Some of the insulting and rude mails can be quite funny. We (the screeners) can have a laugh at them all, especially when the pics are REALLY c
: Reading through this I thought of what New York City did several years back to combat prostitution. Not only did they arrest the hookers, but they pub
: I think the problem is partly in badscan rejection message. If photo is rather good but not A.NET perfect then it is frustrating to read The image qua
: We don't call you an a$$ in the rejection message, I think it's rather fair to way it is now. If we would make it even more generic people would have
: Quite a popular rant is : Yeah why wont you accept my pictures .... im a pro photographer you guys dont know s*** about quality ... mine are far bette
: Badscan is generic, too generic. If clear reason like badcolor or badblurry or both are given this give photogrpaher clear reason why there was reject
: Why won't you accept my photos, they are much better than ones I have seen on your site recently. "I'm a/I have a friend who is a" pro photographer an
: What is the email flow like? When someone sends an email to screeners@, do all screeners read it? Maybe someone could volunteer to screen the screener
: Hi all What really get's people mad are the rejection messages. People have to realise that every rejected message cannot be replied to personally. If
: Of course it all can't be replied personally but if screeners took a few more seconds and select two or three boxes instead of bascan it would be much
: Tomislav I think the we, the screeners, do this anyway but badscan encompasses a few reasons. We will try to take this into account while screening. R
: >>but if screeners took a few more seconds and select two or three boxes instead of badscan
: I notice that in your rejection letters (I seem to get them quite frequently ) That it gives you these detailed explanations (which I do find very hel
: And another poiint about when badscan can really become frustrating. If one screener passes picture and second gives badscan that is puzzling and frus
: For many contributors AIRLINERS is only a form of status symbol. Their ONLY interest is to see how many photos they can get on file and how many hits
: With the money that is being made by this website now don't you think it is about time that payday was made once a month for the work that is put ion
: Brian ... Lee Lopikes is no more Cool, did anyone actually Sue him? Arriva were very interested when I spoke to them about their advertisment campaign
: Another suggestion, don't know how feasible it is however: Have all uploaders upload and communicate via a "Airliners.Net Photographers Upload" accoun
: We do get some nice emails from time to time and that makes up for some of the flame mail. When I first started to upload to A.net it was to get the o
: Roger that Colin! I would like to take the opportunity and thank ALL of you guys for the hard work!! Keep it up! Adel
: hey Adel you've been lost man? whats up with you? I have to agree with Zoomer's comments above. I would also reject about 40% if not more of everythin
: Every BA319 and AA738??? I certainly hope not -TJ
: I'd forgotten about that BA319 shot, looks "slighty" orange. I have to work on it and re-upload it. Thanks for the tip TJ. -Peter Fagerström-
: Hey no problem Peter. That picture looks good to me like that, I am sure adjusting the saturation would take away the 'atmosphere' of the picture. I t
: I have only nice words to say about the screeners here, unfortunately I don't making my voice heard on this subject often enough! I think this site is
: what a great thread. I am sure you guys get some emails for some real "winners." Keep up the good work. Oh, you forgot the mention that even though we
: Mirrodie Johan has never sent me a fruitcake in almost 5 years.......but he did buy me my D30 and set me up on a date with his beautiful sister Cheers
: ok well those are exceptions to the rule, but I could fill up the whole thread with boring look alike shots of those 2 subjects. but I don't want to o
: Quote from the latest happy customer : "u guys r just plain dumb " well ... that says it all ..... shan't name and shame ... but you know who you are
: I know this thread has covered a lot about rejections and the e-mails screener's get, but, just out of curiosity, how does one become a screener? I am
: "f/ck you fags" was the latest creative feedback. whats a fag? Peter