John Mitchell Posted November 14, 2013 Share Posted November 14, 2013 I'm totally confused. On November 11th, I uploaded a batch of images to "Live News." They were accepted as newsworthy and, as in the past, I was prompted in "Track Submissions" to manage my images as they had "Bypassed QC." I went ahead and keyworded them, etc. Today, I noticed that their status in Tracking Submissions has been changed to "Awaiting QC" even though they are now in the general collection, come up in searches, and appear to be available for customers to lease. I should mention that I already have a separate stock submission that has been "Awaiting QC" since November 7th, so it has probably failed. However, I can find nothing in the Alamy guidelines saying that news images will be subjected to the usual QC check once they have been accepted and tagged as having bypassed QC. As far as I can see, only news images that have been rejected as "not newsworthy" must undergo the usual QC process. This flip-flop policy does not seem fair to me. Has anyone else had this happen? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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