This is getting frustrating, or my eyes are teasing me.
Dec 1 I had the chance to get a night shot of the Helvetic F100 with the new colors. I uploaded as hot photo, but had it rejected for motive after 5 days (remember: hot photo - 5 days). Possibly because of a lamp, who knows, who cares.
Anyway, I uploaded another version as hot photo again (at this time, there was just one photo of that livery in the db), this time rejected for unlevel (again after 5-6 days), much to my surprise, so appealed and got it rejected again (of course! I mean, one accepted appeal this millenium should tell me a story...):
, perhaps I'm getting old, so I rotated the photo, uploaded again as hot photo, but forgot to state why it was a hot photo. I mean, I thought, they would finally know it after 2 fruitless attempts. Of course, rejected after a few hours "priority why?". I asked, if I had to upload again. Reply:
"There is a message in your rejection:
"f100_2l_hb-jvc_061201_fan.jpg priority why?"
If you mark priority, and the aircraft isn’t considered to be priority, it will be rejected.
Please upload again without the “priority” box ticked.
Of course, uploaded again and of course rejected again for unlevel (remember, I rotated as told by the screener and headscreener). Note to self: one accepted appeal in this millenium should really tell you a story! http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/r...1212_f100_2l_hb-jvc_061201_fan.jpg
Funny thing: It was also rejected for not having changed it. Of course, an appealed shot is not in the rejected queue anymore. So, the screeners compared the shot with the one I was told to upload again without the “priority” box ticked (see above).
That's the best way to p*ss off photogs, but anyway: how much do I have to rotate the photo to make it level?
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