Old 11-04-2005, 03:13 AM   #1
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A couple of my friends were not happy after getting their shots of the new ES44AC shots rejected. Some shots of the new BNSF & NS etc where accepted right away.

Anywase here is the shots they tried to submit. I know they wont be posting anymore, to bad so sad! I'll still continue to post though as I enjoy the collection.

http://www.cordovabaystation.ca/news...5/05110401.htm
http://www.railroadforums.com/forum/...9258#post89258
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Old 11-04-2005, 03:18 AM   #2
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That's too bad they feel that way as that shot (I could only view the first one) in definitely not RP-quality. It's got poor lighting, it's blurry, and it's front-coupled just to rattle off a few.

Just because it's 'news-worthy,' doesn't mean it's RP.net-quality...
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Old 11-04-2005, 03:20 AM   #3
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I must have missed those shots over at Railroadforums.I usually don't check the "Photo Features and Trip Reports" section,I guess I should check it more often.

I like those CP GEVO's,and I like them better without the "roadkill".
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Old 11-04-2005, 03:33 AM   #4
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That's too bad they feel that way as that shot (I could only view the first one) in definitely not RP-quality. It's got poor lighting, it's blurry, and it's front-coupled just to rattle off a few.

Just because it's 'news-worthy,' doesn't mean it's RP.net-quality...
Not RP.net quality? Ok now this gets me pissed off...

http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=121797

While looking at this shot of NS SD70DCe 2660.....front-coupled, cloudy weather and blurry....but why did it get accepted erf because its NS and this site only pertains to friends so crappy shots do get accepted in because "IT's" only for friends...now bitching at my shot your are saying the same thing and it got rejected but look its not cloudy so why...personal vandena possible, you make the call, its an unfair advantage and I got my opinion to say what I want...this is just damn too pathetic......
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The second shots definatly can be saved, I think. What were they rejected for? Oh and DarkMasterMike, you might want to keep your posts more civil, thats like the number one way to get banned...just giving you a little heads up.
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While looking at this shot of NS SD70DCe 2660.....front-coupled, cloudy weather and blurry .but why did it get accepted
Corrective lenses, sir? I can make out details on this one. Tis newsworthy as your shots are. However, newsworthy isn't enough.

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because its NS and this site only pertains to friends so crappy shots do get accepted in because "IT's" only for friends
Hmm, then I guess we really need an explanation for all those OTHER railroads in the database now, don't we?

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now bitching at my shot your are saying the same thing and it got rejected but look its not cloudy so why
Backlit, underexposed, horribly dark, subject cut off...shall I continue?

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personal vandena possible, you make the call
Well, I can't make the call about your personal vandena. However, it does sound like you have a personal vendetta with the site.

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its an unfair advantage
Kinda like steroids and...oh wait...wrong forum.

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and I got my opinion to say what I want
Yes, first amendment rights.

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this is just damn too pathetic
So is whining about something that doesn't amount to a hill of beans. Get over it guys...geez.
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Old 11-04-2005, 03:57 AM   #7
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Well, I think we found who uploaded the shot.

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this site only pertains to friends so crappy shots do get accepted in because "IT's" only for friends
That example you sighted was taken by a fellow named Chirs Gallow, who has a total of 8 shots at RP.net. I'd be willing to wager a small fortune that none of the admin, none of the screeners, nor anyone associated with this site knows this individual personally or would consider him a 'friend.' So how's that fit into your whole argument?

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personal vandena possible, you make the call, its an unfair advantage and I got my opinion to say what I want...this is just damn too pathetic......
What's pathetic is how someone can come to this conclusion, that this site has a personal vendetta, based soley on a rejected photo, one that in all honesty is not that good in anyone's book. There are no favorites here. To think otherwise is foolish and immature and shows you have no knowledge on how things work around here...
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Mr. De Costa's actions earlier this week were enough to have him banned from the photo upload process. Its obvious he has issues with having photos rejected (that are no where near our standards). Get over it and move on ... no one here wants to hear you whine. Question asked, question answered.....
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