ua777222
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Can We Have Just One Main "Accept/Reject" Topic?

Sat Jan 22, 2005 4:10 am

Hello all,

I have noticed that there seem to be a lot of questions regarding photos either rejected or in the queue. Though a.net crew members have said things such as "as said in that thread .... Please upload and see thats the only way ,we dont really want this forum to become a pre-screening forum" I think that starting a universal topic would be easier for both us and the mod's.

I can understand why people (I myself as well) are turning to ask users for advise b/c a second opinion is always needed to improve on something. And when a photo is rejected, lately, it's taken a while to get a response from the screeners and when you do it seems rather brief and sometimes leaves me wondering what I did wrong or where it needs to be improved.

Currently I see 27 topics regarding photos and their acceptance/rejections. I understand that if you put all those rejections to one topic it can be a bit hetic but I feel that if a topic just for questions regarding acceptances and rejections would make it easier for other users to turn to and help others instead of having to start topic after topic. The users here are great with questions so why not make one main place where they can be asked/answered.

Yes some might say that that's what the Aviation Photography forum is for but it seems like more and more pop up so why not?

Any feedback regarding this idea would be great.

Thanks again.

UA777222

(Sorry if this topic doesn't belong in Aviation Photography)
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sulman
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RE: Can We Have Just One Main "Accept/Reject" Topic?

Sat Jan 22, 2005 4:15 am

The present number of threads with this topic doesn't bother me at all. It isn't that hectic on this forum - it's easy to keep track of most people's queries.

A master thread containing several people's rejection problems would - I expect - get rather confusing.


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