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Old 07-21-2010, 05:40 AM   #16
cblaz
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Originally Posted by Mgoldman View Post
...these are some mighty high standards to comply with and I'll accept them though in all honestly, if all photos on RP were held to the same standards, aside from the perfect wedges, I think we'd more then halve the collection. I refer not specifically to pans, but levelness, perspective, foreground issues, noise, and such...

/Mtich
So, what you're saying is that it's unfair that shots are screened to see if they conform to a pre-established set of criteria (such as leveling or foreground clutter) by the administrators of a rail photography website?

Maybe a formal introduction is in order: Mitch, meet the RP screeners. Screeners, meet Mitch (or Mtich, or Mcith, or Micth). Just for future reference, screeners, when the name Mitch Goldman pops up under contributor's name on the screening page, the accept button is on the left. Please avoid the reject button on the right.

- Chris
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