I want to put out this issue that actually is not just on the photography stackexchange but everywhere on stack exchange. Often moderators seem to have a different attitude with newer members (even though they may only be new to the specific site).
I often had my first questions criticised and put on hold and later accepted because almost as a rule moderators and older users think they have a right to put down newer users. In my case I posted a question, Are forex prints less popular in the US than in Europe?, and I can show that there are dozens of similar questions (anyone who wants a list I can provide one).
The question is still on hold, and I have no way to "un-hold" it or discuss the decision with whoever put it on hold. It was voted down by the people who put it on hold (I assume) but it was then voted up by other people (so it may interest someone).
This is a very annoying problem for new people, since, as I said, it almost feels like a rule: every time I post my first question I get down-voted, criticised, put on hold, but later, for other questions, this never happens, and I get up-votes, positive comments, etc. At this point I do not believe it is by chance, but it feels like moderators do have an attitude. How can this problem be addressed?
To summarize and answer some of the comments, I am referring to the problem that I think new users are treated differently. I may be wrong, but my experience is that new users' questions are more often put down than known users. And I define this as "bad attitude" towards new users, and this is what the problem is for me, not my question in particular since my question is irrelevant in the big scheme of things.