This shot got kicked out at the secomd round of screening for quality. like many of you, I have no issues handling rejections, but I have issues with the vagueness of the reasons given. If I knew that this shot would not come close to meeting Anet standards, I would not bother to upload it. It would be nice to have more clarifications as to the problem which led to this rejection.
Your assistance in helping narrow down the problem would be appreciated so that I can make a determination as to whether this shot can be appealed, salvaged or repaired to the satisfaction of the screeners.
IMHO it appears that rejections are moving from visible defects which can easily be detected by most to micro level defects which even my ridgid contact lens aided eyes cannot perceive. In another quality rejection discussion on this forum, no one could really pin point the quality problem so as to assist the guy who uploaded what I thought was a spectacular, difficult and lucky shot make an informed decision.
In this current environment, I genuinely congratulate Aneters who are able to maintain above 60% acceptance ratio. You guys are either maestros or have specialized in a narrow area.
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