Old 04-10-2015, 11:08 PM   #1
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Here's one I haven't seen before. Should I appeal? To be fair I think I know what this is about--I had submitted crops from this same photo but this work represents new work I have done in photoshop learning how to use curves, levels, noise reduction, and sharpening tools and I think is a significant step forward.

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Edit: I tried appealing to explain the work I had been doing with photoshop but they have also turned off my appeal priveleges. A catch-22!

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Old 04-11-2015, 12:00 AM   #2
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Are your uploading privileges banned altogether, or just for this image?

I think it's unique and colorful, but what looks like heat distortion detracts from it a bit for me.
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Old 04-11-2015, 01:39 AM   #3
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Are your uploading privileges banned altogether, or just for this image?
When your banned. All upload ability is revoked. How many times did you send this in prior to this one and what was it rejected for?
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Old 04-11-2015, 02:36 AM   #4
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Yeah, you're screwed.

A caption that correspond to the photo usually helps, too.
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Old 04-11-2015, 03:03 AM   #5
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I sent in a lot--different shots from this particular sequence as well as this particular frame in different crops and processing efforts. I don't really blame them for banning me. I do think it's a funny rejection post here though. Not too often some posts a banning! Yesterday I got this one on
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and I figured I had finally figured how to process this stuff. But I guess not.

Now that I look at it I don't know if I was progressing. Here is an earlier effort in this sequence: http://www.railpictures.net/viewreje...73&key=4428231

Why does everything look so rad on the iMac screen but not as good elsewhere?

Oh well...onward and upward.

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Old 04-11-2015, 05:14 PM   #6
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I sent in a lot--different shots from this particular sequence as well as this particular frame in different crops and processing efforts. I don't really blame them for banning me.
Not sure how long you have been reading the forums, but if you've been here for a while, you know that blitzing the RP queue, especially when you're not having much success, can be an express ticket to losing uploads, or being banned altogether. One thing that can seriously get you the wrong kind of attention is resubmitting version after version of the same photo ad nauseum. I learned that 3 is about the limit. If, after 3 submissions, you can't get the image in, put it aside and move on. Getting attached to one photo is just not a good idea. Get a Flickr page for the stuff that doesn't make it. If you've been getting a lot of rejections, back off and take a break. Rejections breed rejections. The more the screeners see of your name, particularly on appeals, the sicker they get of it.

Another suggestion for new folks..... If you are new, DO NOT APPEAL. Period. Save appeals for a time when you are regularly getting images accepted and you have some "standing". Then, you can use your appeal if you have ONE image ONCE IN A WHILE that you really feel strongly about.

Unfortunately, patience is not a virtue that most people have these days, particularly the younger folks. They join RP, they blitz the queue, they submit the same image over and over and over, and then appeal every rejection. Their time on RP is all over very quickly....wham, bam, thank you ma'am.
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Old 04-11-2015, 11:14 AM   #9
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Remember when you asked about quitting and I talked about taking a break?.
I am on break now. It is hard but time to go out and get some new work and let the old rejections die at least for a while.
I like that photo because of the bike rider, could do well elsewhere but sometimes you got to take a hint. I started in a business and there was a problem customer and the old time boss notated on his sheet. "One more beef shuts him up." so ...

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First you say you don't blame them for banning you, but then you start rambling..... I'm confused.
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First you say you don't blame them for banning you, but then you start rambling..... I'm confused.
I'm not a robot Mberry. It's possible to be both upset and understanding at the same time, you know?
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Kevin's advice is spot on (so much so that I'm not going to add more to it except to say, when you keep trying with the same shot it's sort of like a kid in the backseat who keeps asking "are we there yet?").
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Kevin's advice is spot on (so much so that I'm not going to add more to it except to say, when you keep trying with the same shot it's sort of like a kid in the backseat who keeps asking "are we there yet?").
Sometimes it's hard to let go of course. Here's one I gave more than a few tries and then quit on. Sharing in reference your nice photo posted yesterday of the BLE F unit.

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Could someone please 'splain how one gets a photo to post full size rather than as a thumb that needs to be clicked on???
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Could someone please 'splain how one gets a photo to post full size rather than as a thumb that needs to be clicked on???
First, upload your picture as normal. Then click on the link to your picture on the manage attachments page.



That will open a new tab or window with your picture in it. Copy the address of that page and then use it with the insert picture button.




EDIT: I know that looks like a RailPics acid trip, but I hope it makes sense.
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I know that looks like a RailPics acid trip, but I hope it makes sense.
Glad it wasn't something obvious that I should have figured out.

(I sometimes sit back in wonderment that Windows works at all.)

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Nice one, Bob!
I'll second that! Or am I thirding it? Or by now the fourth to say so?

You probably got more favorites and comments in the Forum then had you posted and had the shot accepted.

I'd like to see more shots like that in the database - creative and effective capture of rain - no where near as simple as one would think.

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Sometimes it's hard to let go of course. Here's one I gave more than a few tries and then quit on. Sharing in reference your nice photo posted yesterday of the BLE F unit.
Clean the sensor!

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Could someone please 'splain how one gets a photo to post full size rather than as a thumb that needs to be clicked on???
Posting full size defeats the purpose of the attachment. Many times the full size will be too wide for the thread page, thus making people have to scroll right and left to view the image or even read posts in the thread.

Edit: I can't even see the full width of my post now that a full size image was posted earlier.
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Posting full size defeats the purpose of the attachment. Many times the full size will be too wide for the thread page, thus making people have to scroll right and left to view the image or even read posts in the thread.

Edit: I can't even see the full width of my post now that a full size image was posted earlier.
That's good point. I think it's better to just post attachment. Will do that from now on.

Sensor cleaned. You would be good screener.
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Posting full size defeats the purpose of the attachment. Many times the full size will be too wide for the thread page, thus making people have to scroll right and left to view the image or even read posts in the thread.
Good argument to avoid posting large image files. I usually resize to no more than 1200 x whatever for here.
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I like the BLE shot!
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I'm more interested in why you kept labeling the train as a Nippon Sharyu DMU in all your shots of that sequence...
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I'm more interested in why you kept labeling the train as a Nippon Sharyu DMU in all your shots of that sequence...
How dare you question my locomotive identification skills or my photograph-labelling.
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