Skymonster
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Getting Uploads Processed As A Group

Sun Jan 13, 2002 6:51 am

Hi there,

I am working through a bunch of pics from a specific single location that as far as I can tell is unique as far as airliners.net is concerned - never before featured. I also believe that almost all of the subject matter has not been covered before, at least as far as specific registrations / tail numbers are concerned.

I feel that, when I upload these pics and assuming I don't get too many rejections ( Big grin), they would have more impact if they were all processed and added to the database together - greater impact for the regular viewers of photographs on this site - as they will tell a story about this location and the airliners that exist there.

Admins in particular; Is there any way I can ensure that a bunch of say 20 photographs I upload will all be processed together?

TIA,
Andy
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Staffan
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RE: Getting Uploads Processed As A Group

Sun Jan 13, 2002 7:06 am

I think you just bought yourself 20 rejections...  Big grin

Aren't all photos from a single photographer added at the same time??

Staffan
 
Skymonster
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RE: Getting Uploads Processed As A Group

Sun Jan 13, 2002 7:22 am

Staffan,

Twenty rejections??? Now looky here, these here pics are gonna be unique as far as a.net is concerned. Added to which they were shot on K64 (see seperate topic where S2 said he cut some slack for K64 images). So I'm expecting to be given some serious lattitude on these pics when they hit the queue  Nuts Not that the pics will need it, of course  Wink/being sarcastic

And no, not all pics from the same photographer are processed together any more. Because the screeners choose how many pictures to screen, the number they choose may cut a batch from a single photographer in half, and once half are screened and half or not, its anyone's bet when the whole lot will end up on the database.

Andy
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Staffan
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RE: Getting Uploads Processed As A Group

Sun Jan 13, 2002 7:28 am

Ok, I haven't noticed that since all my stuff goes through HQ flawlessly...  Yeah sure

I don't think it will be a problem to get them added together if you make them aware of it in advance, I recall it being done previously.

Good luck!

Staffan
 
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RE: Getting Uploads Processed As A Group

Sun Jan 13, 2002 7:32 am

HQ??? What't that? I use K64 so I wouldn't know anything about any HQ stuff - far too "yucky" for that are my pics Big grin

Andy
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RE: Getting Uploads Processed As A Group

Sun Jan 13, 2002 7:36 am

'yucky' = slang of Bristol ???  Wink/being sarcastic

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