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  • Billsville
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    Top Gun,

    I'm sure I was the second screener on this. I thought I had checked compression but I must have missed it when I went to the check box.

    I agreed with the first screener in his decision, however my ticking the box might not have happened properly.

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  • Longreach747
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    Originally posted by Top_Gun
    Here is your first rejection, which just shows the softness only.

    I haven't changed the way I've saved my work, I've been using JID's method for some time now and was on a nice roll until recently. Yet the rejection rate has more than doubled since the new screeners have come on board. .

    It appears I'm not the only one who's noticed this either


    just wanted to show the states to prove it.
    i'm not a new screener... the image is soft which was correct reason and the 2nd is compressed. whoever screened the image behind me obviously saw what i saw, soft image.
    Last edited by Longreach747; 2006-06-04, 01:50.

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  • Top_Gun
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    Originally posted by Longreach747
    the first one i rejected and i'm sure i put compression in it also?!?! have a look at the sky, it looks like a chess board or a jigsaw, you need to save the image at the highest quality to avoid compression. it is indeed soft also.
    Here is your first rejection, which just shows the softness only.

    I haven't changed the way I've saved my work, I've been using JID's method for some time now and was on a nice roll until recently. Yet the rejection rate has more than doubled since the new screeners have come on board. .

    It appears I'm not the only one who's noticed this either


    just wanted to show the states to prove it.
    Last edited by Top_Gun; 2009-03-03, 03:06.

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  • Longreach747
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    the first one i rejected and i'm sure i put compression in it also?!?! have a look at the sky, it looks like a chess board or a jigsaw, you need to save the image at the highest quality to avoid compression. it is indeed soft also.

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  • Will M
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    haha doubt it mate , your entitled to your say like everyone else , you came to right thread so I can't really complain
    But I'd reccomend reworking it form scratch or else ur editing and already edited photo which will lead to more rejections

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  • Top_Gun
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    thanks Will,

    I did try to appeal the compression one because I don't understand how it could be compressed. I hate appealing shots, but some times I just can't understand it so I come here an "vent". Most of the times I totally see the rejection and just move on.

    I was afraid to start from scratch on the original because then it would just lead to new rejections. Maybe I just need to lay low for a while, could have ticked off the new screeners

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  • Will M
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    Dave,
    I'd either appeal it , or.. if you get a soft rejection , totally rework the image from scratch to avoid a compression problem.

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  • Top_Gun
    started a topic first unsoft, now compressed?

    first unsoft, now compressed?

    My first shot was rejected for being unsoft. So I opened up the same pic, gave it 25% USM and resubmitted. Now it was rejected for having jpg compression????

    If I didn't resize the image, how could it be compressed.....
    Last edited by Top_Gun; 2009-03-03, 03:06.
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