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« on: January 28, 2011, 07:22 »
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I will be eligible to submit, for the second time, an initial batch of 10 images.

My questions concerns my first rejections.  I received an email; three of the images had a reason for rejection (two for noise, artifacts and one for poor comp) but the remaining 7 images just said rejected with the reason (7 or 10 must be accepted).

Does this mean they never reviewed the other 7 images or that they reviewed them but just did not put the rejection reason?  In other words, did anyone get some of the images with a notation "accepted" but still failed the submission because three were not accepted?

I have read the other threads in this forum about the initial rejection; for this new set of images, I have downsized them to just over 4 mpix; I have selected a variety (side light, front light, studio, isolation on white), etc.


« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2011, 07:11 »
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I went through several submissions on SS over a few months and it was frustrating. I believe that those other 7 images are reviewed so are likely to be accepted, but is not clear in the rejection email.

How to get approved in your situation? Well there is no right answer as it will depend on who is reviewing your 10 images.

Submitting 10 new images is a good plan. In the worst case scenario that you are rejected again you will hopefully have a total of 10 images that have not been rejected and you can submit them. If you are rejected the following attempt  I would suggest that you submit an email to SS and they will review the situation. I did this and they reset my account so I could submit 10 images that had not been rejected in previous batches and I was finally accepted - lots of effort by worthwhile.

« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2011, 00:52 »
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I went through several submissions on SS over a few months and it was frustrating. I believe that those other 7 images are reviewed so are likely to be accepted, but is not clear in the rejection email.

How to get approved in your situation? Well there is no right answer as it will depend on who is reviewing your 10 images.

Submitting 10 new images is a good plan. In the worst case scenario that you are rejected again you will hopefully have a total of 10 images that have not been rejected and you can submit them. If you are rejected the following attempt  I would suggest that you submit an email to SS and they will review the situation. I did this and they reset my account so I could submit 10 images that had not been rejected in previous batches and I was finally accepted - lots of effort by worthwhile.

i reapplied today (second attempt), used the same images that had not been rejected and added a few new ones.  i did go back and reduce the size of the images that had not been rejected to just over 4 mpix, just to be sure.  i made sure all the images were shot at ISO 200 or less.  We will see how it goes. 

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