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I submitted a batch on September 30th which predictably got a fail today. But I put in another batch on October 26th that also got a fail today. Did the last batch fail automatically because of the first batch? Any ideas because I don't get that.  :wacko:

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All batches in QC are failed if one fails. That's always been the rule.

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Yes, I believe all batches in the queue will be failed if one of the originals get a fail.

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Fail in batch number 1 means fail in all next 14 batches. They just think that if they found in one there could be more in the rest.

 

So it is better to wait as soon you feel that a batch could get a decline.

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Happened to me too. I had 12 batches all fail because of one image. It's taken me 2 months to get clean so to speak. However, I do now have a set of just 3 images that's been in there for a week. 

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Happened to me too. I had 12 batches all fail because of one image. It's taken me 2 months to get clean so to speak. However, I do now have a set of just 3 images that's been in there for a week. 

 

So good as never failed i can tell you my longest waiting even with passing was 7 days. This was send on friday and passed on the second saturday.

 

By the way i see that you will have soon your frist 1000 images onlines. Gongratulations for that. It is quit some work to come to that.

 

Mirco

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Cheers Mirco. It certainly has been a rocky journey of discovery, but, onward and upward as they say. I won't be settled until I have 5000. I just need a small acceptable APS-C camera that I can carry about with me everywhere I go. Plug into a computer and upload images without needing to do anything to them. 

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Cheers Mirco. It certainly has been a rocky journey of discovery, but, onward and upward as they say. I won't be settled until I have 5000. I just need a small acceptable APS-C camera that I can carry about with me everywhere I go. Plug into a computer and upload images without needing to do anything to them. 

 

Try the Sony RX100. It's great for close ups too at the short end of the zoom. Not APS-C I know but good and no failures to date.

 

Allan

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Cheers Mirco. It certainly has been a rocky journey of discovery, but, onward and upward as they say. I won't be settled until I have 5000. I just need a small acceptable APS-C camera that I can carry about with me everywhere I go. Plug into a computer and upload images without needing to do anything to them. 

 

Yes... sounds great idea to me. For me this is the main reason why i am able to shoot so many images in short time. Many shoots are planned of course but additionaly are many spontanic images. They are many times more interesting than the planned ones. Like i said i have always my camera with me and come regulary with images home on days that i did not planned to shoot anything. Off course my girlfriend is not that happy to see the camera all the time with me but like this my portfolio is only growing with daily life images.

 

I think the key is to not take your camera to go out and shoot blindly around. The way is to be outside, planned or not, AND HAVE YOUR CAMERA ALWAYS WITH YOU. The moments will come to you then. I have all the time of the world. :) If you are not confinced just check out my portfolio :).

 

Mirco

 

By the way .... this is one of the typical not planned shots. Butterfly landed on me during a walk. I took camera out and got that shot with my Sony Nex-6:

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