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Old 04-24-2021, 11:21 PM   #25
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I had this, too. But maybe it is the result of different screeners looking at the different versions?
I don't accept that as an excuse anymore. If an image is bad enough to have a killer flaw (PAQ, PIQ, Noise/Grain, Cloudy, and maybe one or two others), the initial screener should detect that flaw and issue a rejection on that basis. A non-killer initial rejection implies that the image is good enough to be corrected and resubmitted for acceptance.

Correcting and resubmitting images takes time for the contributor and the screeners. Why should the process waste this time and the good will of both parties?
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