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  • #16
    Thanks Pamela, That also answers my long time question "How does a photo get a screener's choice"

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Alberto U.
      Oh, and I forgot to mention that I have no idea how you managed, but you have been able to make the queue shorter by around 3000 shots in a couple of days with the uploads being steady at over 1000+ per day! Awseome work! Thanxs again
      There have been certain screeners putting in some astonishing work this weekend as well as a pretty good effort from the majority of the screening team! Your kinds words are appreciated!

      Chris
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      • #18
        Originally posted by saupatel
        Thanks Pamela, That also answers my long time question "How does a photo get a screener's choice"
        You are welcome

        If a picture is really nice, which means the screener has to just sit back for a moment and thinks something like "omg THAT is soo nice", we can check a screener's choice box, it is at the lower left in the image I posted. To be sure it is a really nice picture, we normally put it in vote for a second screener. So both screeners have to be enthusiastic about it

        cheers, Pamela

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        • #19
          Originally posted by chris78cpr
          There have been certain screeners putting in some astonishing work this weekend as well as a pretty good effort from the majority of the screening team! Your kinds words are appreciated!

          Chris
          I just got a few shots screened in 1 day 16 hrs!!! that's amazing!!!

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          • #20
            Among other things, it is the friendliness and this kind of "transparency" that made JP a fun place to be. Thanks for the insight, Brian and Pamela. I am proud being part of the JP community

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Alberto U.
              I just got a few shots screened in 1 day 16 hrs!!! that's amazing!!!
              I know! I got surprised when I woke up today as well

              I'm also with edwin!

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              • #22
                Originally posted by pdeboer
                You are welcome

                If a picture is really nice, which means the screener has to just sit back for a moment and thinks something like "omg THAT is soo nice", we can check a screener's choice box, it is at the lower left in the image I posted. To be sure it is a really nice picture, we normally put it in vote for a second screener. So both screeners have to be enthusiastic about it

                cheers, Pamela
                Indeed thanks for all the behind the scenes info on screening at jetphotos.net. I fully agree with Brian in that the screening is fast. Just last week my photos were in the queue at number 400 and all photos got screened two days later, amazing and a job well done!

                Regarding Screener's Choice photos, I put a comment in the "comment to screeners" box when uploading these two photos that have been accepted:


                http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.p...6343490&nseq=1


                http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.p...6343398&nseq=2


                I hoped these photos or one of these photos would make a screener's choice photo but apparently they didn't. I just love the rain effect on the aircraft and runway. Night photos are also very nice to take.

                A388

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                • #23
                  Asking for a SC tag won't help .... NEVER!
                  My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by LX-A343
                    Asking for a SC tag won't help .... NEVER!
                    I was not familiar with how it works with screener's choice selection, hence my comment. I will now never ask for a SC tag.

                    Best regards,

                    A388
                    Last edited by A388; 2008-08-31, 16:16. Reason: sentence correction.

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                    • #25
                      After seeing that screenshot of the software used , i am thoroughly impressed ! Way to go all you software creators, screeners and the gang who makes this site happen.

                      I doff my hat to all you guys individually and collectively .





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                      • #26
                        I hope this question fits here if not, I will put it in a new thread.

                        I was waiting for a result of a photo that was being screened after 3 others were accepted, and at one point the "Period Total" box said that I had 1 rejection after the first 3 was accepted. I then got an email confirming the 3 acceptations and it also said that the other shot had been screened by one screener. The image wasn't in the "Rejected Photos" page either. Awhile later the shot was accepted and the rejection box showed 0. My question is: will the rejections box show 1 being rejected if one screener has already chosen to reject it even though it isn't out of screening yet?

                        I hope that makes sense, that may be the long way of asking it but I haven't had much sleep

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                        • #27
                          While the pic is in screening it is listed as rejection, just to get the calculation for the up-load limit correct. It does have no impact for you, as you are an "Elite" member, but for the basic membership it would open an option to up-load more then you are allowed, if it would be different.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by seahawk
                            While the pic is in screening it is listed as rejection, just to get the calculation for the up-load limit correct. It does have no impact for you, as you are an "Elite" member, but for the basic membership it would open an option to up-load more then you are allowed, if it would be different.
                            Thanks for the explanation Stefan

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                            • #29
                              I was wondering how does it work for the photos taken by screeners... do they have to pass through the queue system just like the rest of us or do you have some sort of preferential treatment for helping and contributing so much to the site's operation?

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                              • #30
                                Nope, our photos are in the same queue as any other photo. No preferential treatment here. The payment we get for working here for free can be seen here:
                                http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthread.php?t=42811

                                My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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