PRM wrote:Hi all,
I don't post here much, but have contributed thousand of photos to the site since 2002.
I submitted a shot of a flyNAS A320neo which was rejected for underexposed, low contrast. So, since I thought the shot could be salvaged, and as there are only 2 shots of this frame on the database, I re-worked and re-uploaded as I do with shots that have constructive feedback to help understand how they can be fixed.
This morning I get the re-worked image rejected this morning with the following screener remarks:
''Here's why your photo was rejected:
- Low Contrast
The Screener left a comment regarding this photo:
"how can someone keeps "improving" such a shitty photo?!"
I find this to be extraordinarily rude and unhelpful. Here's the image in question:
johnr wrote:Whoever the screener is who wrote that comment should be relived of his screening duties immediately.
qf789 wrote:johnr wrote:Whoever the screener is who wrote that comment should be relived of his screening duties immediately.
Ummm no they shouldnt. It should first be investigated first and I am sure once it is there is probably a explanation to it, at worst an apology should be issued and maybe some follow up training. It could just be a crew member just having a bad day, we have all had those and considering the amount of abuse we crew members get from users I am surprised this doesnt happen more often
jelpee wrote:After an internal review, it has been confirmed that the message was intended for internal sharing, but was inadvertently shared with you. As you may expect, screeners do share feedback on images and photographers internally, and with the intention of confidentiality. We regret that confidentiality was not maintained in this case.
johnr wrote:Yes, it’s nice to know what they think about us.....behind our backs. I think every rejection/acceptance should have the screener name visible. If the screener is confidant in their own ability this shouldn’t be a problem.
rlwynn wrote:And the user name of the rejecting screener should be public.
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