Get over it.
I just had three pictures rejected. But at least I was offered a few tips.
So what did I do?
I followed their advice, made the changes and re-submitted them.
Now I'll go on with my life and see what happens. If they get accepted, great. If not, oh well. Life goes on.
Did it ever occur to you that maybe the reason the rejection rate is so high is because the subjects you are submitting are a dime-a-dozen-like American MD
-80's and Southwest 737's?
I won't even TRY to submit those because I know it's pointless.
If you want to get in the database, then you better have the best of the best quality or take some really unique pictures, or find some vintage ones, where the standards are lower.
And if that doesn't work, and you really, REALLY need to have your pictures online, then find a web hosting service (I use http://www.angelcities.com
) and post pictures there and include HTML or hotlinking in your text posts so that everyone can still see your work.