Steve N, I agree with you on this point, it's all about the numbers. At the present time I'm working through a cemetery in England that was fully photographed by one individual which contains headstones a lot of headstones from the 1800's, so they're in fairly rough shape. The pictures for the most part are fairly good and with some zooming and playing around can be made legible. But for some reason one or many transcribers have deemed the photos bad and they have been removed from the transcription list for that cemetery. If I go to the cemetery page, there are about a half and half mix of orange and green pins, that means of the nearly 600 images taken half of them have been deemed bad. I am having to go in and click on each individual green pin and transcribe them using records available on Ancestry, Family Search, FreeBMD, etc. to aid in the transcription process. It's not the photographer at fault, it's the transcribers. IF THE PHOTO IS SEMI-LEGIBLE AND YOU DON'T WANT TO SPEND THE TIME RESEARCHING AND TRYING TO READ THE HEADSTONE, THEN DON'T. JUST SKIP IT AND LEAVE IT FOR SOMEONE ELSE. YOU'RE NOT HELPING ANYTHING BY MARKING IT BAD JUST BECAUSE YOU DON'T WANT TO PUT SOME EFFORT INTO IT!
Time to get back at it. 250+ pins to go.