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I've literally said several times, i don't live in that building so i can't make another supporting photo :)
it means nobody was listening to me that i don't live there so i can't make a better angled photo.
and before that you shouldn't expect perfect angle photos from an average joe, i'm not a professional photographer, i showed what it is and where it is, if reviewers CHOOSE to act blind i can't change their mentallity to assume someone who made hundreds of waypoints would bother faking one
The shape is visible, when reviewing you also see my location marked there
@NorfosAlus-PGO OK, fine, so you don't have the opportunity to do a better job with this one.
You do have the opportunity to learn from what people have told you. You could understand that the rejection isn't absurd, but is tied to the quality of the information that you presented to reviewers. You could understand that reviewers didn't "act blind", but they did their best with the information that you presented to them.
You don't have to be a professional photographer to take a better photo. You just have to ask yourself, "What supporting photo would be most helpful to reviewers?" and look for a way to take that photo. It doesn't have to be perfect... it just has to give reviewers the help that they need.
Basically you have two choices-- you can present all of the useful information to reviewers in a tidy package with a bow wrapped around it or you can do a half-(posterior)ed job and hope that a few dozen people each do that work for you. You're going to have a much better chance of success if you make it as easy as possible for reviewers. Your other option is to continue to be upset when reviewers don't do your work for you... that doesn't sound like much fun to me but maybe it's what you enjoy.
"You do have the opportunity to learn from what people have told you" haven't heard anything i don't know yet. The pictures for this nomination was done just after i returned to nominating early last year. I would have done things differently if i could, but i just can't agree that the nomination is FAIRLY being rejected over and over :)
Thanks. To be blunt, that spot of lighter green is not going to convince anyone. You may think it's not fairly rejected, but it's understandable reviewers are giving it low rating for location accuracy.
If you decide not to wait for the appeal decision. With the current photo your best bet is to try to draw reviewers' attention to red wall and the stone/concrete portion of it which can be seen in street view.
What are you all talking about? He didn’t post here his supporting photo - it’s the street view (he even wrote this is what it looks like for reviewers). Or am I missing something?
exactly , i didn't post it because it's actually not good, from the way the nomination looks i didn't thought someone could even consider rejecting it 😒
Speaking just for myself, but I assume that if the support photo was useful the OP would have shown it in the original message. :)
doesn't change the fact that playgrounds should be accepted
Doesn't change the fact that two similar swings nominated by you, with a location that can be verified from the street view, have been accepted in ~100 m radius of this swing set.
This is not a case of reviewers rejecting a playground. This is a case of enough reviewers thinking that the location of your nomination can't be verified from your nomination.
This is just unlucky nomination
not really, the other playgrounds have literally the same streetview so what's the difference?
Those two can be seen in the street view.
Perhaps had useful support photos as well. But that I can't know. :)
one of these playground don't even exist in the streetview and the looks of background don't really match with streetview (the small building is no longer there)
Those (neglected) sandboxes can be seen in both your nomination photos and street view, rasy to use as a point of reference. It also helps that it's easier to compare the background.
Though, to be honest, I think you may have been a bit lucky to get the lower one accepted on first try. :)
as if there isn't visible sandboxes on the nomination that was rejected several times... Also when i nominated all these 3 + more at the same time the neighbourhood was flat-out empty
No. The sandbox is not visible in the rejected nomination(s) and can't be used as point of reference. Claiming otherwise at this point is just... self deception. Sorry.
You've been given tips what could be used as point of reference with the current photo, how you decide to go forward is up to you.
If you don't live there and you can't get back there to take a supporting photo from a different perspective to get this approved probably means you don't play there either. You seem stuck on the fact it got rejected rather than what do I need to do to get it accepted. You are also stuck on your other 2 submissions that got approved as being proof this one should be too. I would move on if I were you if it has no impact on your game play. I think it is time to close this thread as nothing useful will come of it with OP's attitude. We are all wasting our time. Based on pictures posted in this thread I would be hard pressed to accept it. Show us your complete submission and maybe we can see something else as to why it keeps getting rejected.
do i need to ask for someone to close the thread?
If you don't want to listen, it's up to you to decide for yourself however several users here already gave you useful advice.
Some last words, if you don't wish to improve your nomination by any means (including you can't take better photos because you can't get back there), then just leave it and move on. You're risking yourself suspended from Wayfarer if you keep renominate the same thing over and over without any improvements (mind you, this has been reported in this forum, many times).
@NianticGiffard you may close this thread down, there's no point to keep this open.
@DadWorksAtNia-ING That doesn't actually negate my point. Showing a footbridge in the larger context is almost always going to include the path that leads up to it.
What potential downside is there to using the supporting photo to showcase the candidate within its larger environment?
really? Please link me some