There may come a time when you receive a message from a Moderator that says the following:
“This is an automated message to let you know there may be a discrepancy in your photo.
It could be the quality of your photo, a disruption in your upload, or a breach in our terms.
Please review your photo and our guidelines to determine your discrepancy.
If your photo does not meet the requirement of our terms you will need to delete your photo.
Feel free to reply if you have any further questions.”
Your photo may be flagged for quality issues such as:
Out of focus
View obstructed by finger or camera strap
Too much light
Not enough light
Debris on your lens producing flaws in the photo
Disruption in Uploading:
If you clicked ‘continue’ too soon your photo may not have uploaded correctly. When this happens your photo only shows partially.
Be sure to wait for your entire file uploads to have the green check mark next to them.
Breach in Terms:
Your photo might have been flagged for a breach in terms, which usually indicates that your photo has violated our G and PG standard.
We realize that each person has slightly different standards on what they feel is family friendly. The ultimate decision will rest with our moderation team.
Our team is more flexible with the photo quality of your personal pictures from your “My Pix” albums, but we want to portray a good reputation for “Shared Photos”. Your “Shared Photos” are an advertisement to your gallery on our site. The higher quality photos you share, the more followers your gallery will have. Our team frequently promotes the shared and selling photos from Pix-O-Sphere to help generate more members to the community.
Selling Photos: If you have uploaded a selling photo and you receive a Discrepancy Notice for that photo, this means your photo was not approved to sell, and has been moved to your private album. You may decide to move it to your shared folder at that point. We reserve the right to not communicate why your photo was not approved to sell.
Feel free to reply to a message from a Moderator for further discussion if you have not found your answer in this article.