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Old 10-23-2019, 12:23 AM   #8
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I agree with Kevin, Loyd and Joseph - your work behind the viewfinder is markedly better than when you started. I think that you would do yourself a favor by taking your time when editing. You are seeing problems with your photos after a rejection, and then making corrections. Make a checklist of all of the rejections that your receive, and make sure that you have covered all of those issues when editing each image before initial submission. Your acceptance rate will go up, making you feel better, and your rejection rate will go down, eventually making the screeners look more favorably on your submissions. Continually submitting flawed images makes the screener expect flaws on the next submission.
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