Most of you are probably sick of seeing these posts by now, but I was hoping for some advice.
I've always had quite a few photos rejected for badcameraangle. In some cases I looked at the photos again, agreed with the decision, and made a change. In other cases, I disagreed and didn't bother re-uploading them.
In the past few days, I've had some rejections for that same reason that confuse me a little. These photos were taken from 3- 5 stories up. This being the case, any time I shot anywhere but directly in front of me, the photo would have the appearance that the ground is sloping (I believe this is a simple law of perspective). I edited the photos so that the vertical lines, namely corners of buildings in the background, were completely vertical. I didn't think lightposts were a good bet since if you look at a series of them, you'll see that most are not completely vertical.
These photos were rejected for badcameraangle, and I really have no idea what to do to fix them. It would appear that either there's something I'm not seeing, or that the screeners will only accept a photo taken from above if the subject is directly in front of you.
I would appreciate your advice to let me know whether this is a lost cause or not.