|Quoting Dendrobatid (Reply 1):|
The process is that an image needs up to three screeners to say that it is High Quality before they are accepted. Occasionally images are added by one screener, sometimes two or more usually three. Sometimes they can be 'in screening' for a couple of days and the fact that they are showing as in screening means that they have been seen by one or two screeners so far.
|Quoting Dendrobatid (Reply 3):|
Thi is a simplification as there are other options but essentially....
When we log on to screen we are given options of what we screen, the HQ queue, those that have already received one or two HQs or the new, those (usually) unseen by other screeners.
Whichever we choose they are strictly by the length of time that they have been in the queue so all images steadily move forward in the queue.
|Quoting Deaphen (Reply 8):|
Ha ha ha... thanks for the comment It was a nice personal touch...... (to the screener)
PS: guys both my pics got accepted whooo hooo....
|Quoting Linco22 (Reply 10):|
Its much quicker if they get rejected
|Quoting Monteycarlos (Reply 11):|
The thing is, mine was a marked priority upload. What does that mean when its been 'in screening' for nearly 4 days?
|Quoting Acontador (Reply 12):|
It means that the screeners think your picture does not deserve the priority but it's not so obviously flawed that it would warrant a straight rejection, so it will sit in the queue until it comes its normal turn in screening.
|Quoting Maiznblu_757 (Reply 13):|
At least your priority upload is still in screening. I uploaded an accident photo for a family friend and some dweeb left it for Johan.
|Quoting USAir_757 (Reply 15):|
...is nothing. Shat, that was considered FAST back when I was actively uploading.
A week or so was the norm.
They're doing a lot better these days.