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Post Screeening: General question

Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:03 pm

Alright.
I got my first submission to this website screened and it was rejected ( as expected !) I am trying to decipher what that means. Here is what the rejection message said

SCREENER DECISION:
Rejected
Info Personal Message High in Frame

I get the high in frame part. I will measure the location of aircraft in my framing once again.
What does 'info' and 'personal message' mean? Am I missing info ? Where should I expect to see personal message?

Also, I wish I can embed the photo in question for you all to see. How should I go about doing that?
 
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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:10 pm

I think I figured how to embed the image using photoid.
Here is the image in question.
The rejection is for info,personal message and high in frame

 
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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:17 pm

Embedding photos does not work for rejected photos :)

As for the rejection reasons:
- Perhaps slightly high, but really not that bad.
- "Personal Message" means that the screener left you a personal message. Those messages can be seen in the rejection E-mail. In this case, the screener said: "Welcome to Airliners.net. This picture is a little bit too high in frame, "builder" field is not applicable.".
- The info rejection relates to the builder field. This is not applicable for Boeing aircraft as per the help texts on the upload page. However, I personally don't reject for that anymore, since people don't seem to learn and it saves me a shitload of extra work.
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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:47 pm

airkas1 wrote:
Embedding photos does not work for rejected photos :)

As for the rejection reasons:
- Perhaps slightly high, but really not that bad.
- "Personal Message" means that the screener left you a personal message. Those messages can be seen in the rejection E-mail. In this case, the screener said: "Welcome to Airliners.net. This picture is a little bit too high in frame, "builder" field is not applicable.".
- The info rejection relates to the builder field. This is not applicable for Boeing aircraft as per the help texts on the upload page. However, I personally don't reject for that anymore, since people don't seem to learn and it saves me a shitload of extra work.



Understood! Thanks for the explanation, Kas.

I will fix the issues later and re-submit. Do the resubmitted photos go back in the queue or do they get looked at sooner?
 
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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Wed Jul 12, 2017 3:27 pm

Unfortunately they always go to the back of the queue, unless it's a photo that qualifies for priority screening.
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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:07 pm

I got my first photo accepted on this site YAY!! I am very excited !

While comparing the photo on site, I thaught the colors looked pale. What could it be the reason?
Here is the side-by side of submitted vs hosted image. Is this normal ?

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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Fri Jul 14, 2017 7:04 am

Looked a bit pale to me as well when I saw it yesterday. Strangely enough, the thumbnail appeared to be much better (or I was seeing things, that could also happen). Make sure to always save your images in the sRGB space color, as that's the one that web browsers "understand".

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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Fri Jul 14, 2017 8:27 am

Yes, I saw the shot yesterday as well and while the thumbnail looks indeed normal, the large version has a strange purple / reddish colour cast.

I would recommend a reupload with sRGB. Just go to your Photographer's Corner, accepted shots and the you can re-upload and get the photo exchanged.
 
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Re: Post Screeening: General question

Fri Jul 14, 2017 9:36 am

Congrats! Looking forward to more :)
As the above posters have both mentioned, it's likely the color profile (AdobeRGB vs. sRGB). You need the latter.

Also, a plug is in order for this occasion:
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