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Old 09-10-2007, 11:06 PM   #34
MichaelJ
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Originally Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2)
There is just too much to respond to so all I'm going to say is a little modesty goes a long way. Don't think your stuff is God's gift to the hobby and you'll improve.
That is incredibly true. We all have at least some room for improvement because noone is perfect.

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Originally Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2)
There is just too much to respond to so all I'm going to say is a little modesty goes a long way. Don't think your stuff is God's gift to the hobby and you'll improve.

FWIW, screeners can't see or know what time a photo was taken unless it is put in the UNDERUTILIZED "Comment to Screener" section.
I was not aware of this and have made a mental note. I wondered why one photo was accepted then the second one (taken five to ten minutes later) was rejected. I was always under the impression that when you allowed the EXIF Data to be viewed publicly a screener could see it in the screening process.
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