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1 hour ago, Mehdi Kasumov said:

if this was  rejected because of this then this is  a disgrace from SS evaluator... you cannot even see the text at max exposure

Sorry, I had assumed the OP had posted a low res version of their image in this thread.  I thought the image had to be at least 4mega pixels to submit to SS and the image in this thread is only 600x399pixels.  If this is a smaller version of what they submitted, then I thought we wouldn't be able to see the same detail the reviewer saw.  But if this is the same resolution as what the OP submitted, then I too cannot see any text.

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22 hours ago, Brian Kapp said:

A little help... why would this one be required to be Editorial? - Thanks ahead of time.

Oh obviously Portland cement used in those bricks. (yeah just kidding)

Without seeing the full size, some ideas are bad software, happy fingers, or a reviewer making fast money. If there is something so tiny, like a label, that's interesting. But on first inspection I'd say, rejected in error. If you have to look at 200% to see a letter or a word somewhere, that's getting ridiculous.

Off topic, kind of? Just had that QR or barcode rejection for the first time. I guess that's something new for the software. Fine, something new for me to watch out for. No barcodes...

 

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Hello @Thijs de Graaf,

I see here some pattern that several times were mentioned by other contributors in the forum. Indeed in the window there is a plant that shows a label with trademark. The reviewer simply stopped reviewing and rejected the whole bunch at once. 

Other possibility could be that he selected by accident all images when he added the rejection reason. This versions looks for me more realistic.

Still should not happen. Good luck with resubmitting ;). 

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28 minutes ago, Studio 2 said:

That is so annoying @Thijs de Graaf I just had my first rejection for title on a butterfly and I hadn't even put the Latin name. It does put me off uploading as it has become a struggle 🙁

I imagine they press the wrong button once. No idea how they do that. But so much at once 😧
Yes it can be frustrating at times.
I first put the description and important keywords in Word. So I can look it up on rejection like this. It therefore does not take that much time.

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8 minutes ago, 1000 Words Photos said:

Hello @Thijs de Graaf,

I see here some pattern that several times were mentioned by other contributors in the forum. Indeed in the window there is a plant that shows a label with trademark. The reviewer simply stopped reviewing and rejected the whole bunch at once. 

Other possibility could be that he selected by accident all images when he added the rejection reason. This versions looks for me more realistic.

Still should not happen. Good luck with resubmitting ;). 

Thanks. That may indeed be the reason.

Although no trademark is visible (own house 🙂 ). I cropped the photo this time just to be sure, leaving only a small portion of the window visible.

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5 hours ago, D. Pimborough said:

Its because you are using editorial location and dates in commercial photos

Example: Grammoptera ruficornis a small beetle in the family longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae) feeding on the white flowers of an apple tree (Malus). Spring, Bergen, Netherlands, April 24, 2020.

You do not need to put locations and dates in none editorial images.  By doing so the reviewer is assuming you are submitting an editorial image. 

I like to give as much information as possible. I am used to helping people on insect forums and the first thing you ask is When and where? Very similar insects can occur in other parts of the year or in other places. But I also like it when I can see it myself in older photos.
At Editorial I put that information first. With commercial photos at the back. I did not know this is a problem.

By the way:  Here I was forgotten to mention place and time. Also not right. 😉

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