Please have accurate, relevant, descriptive captions.
The editing quality is poor, as for example, a lot of photo captions seem to be in one of three categories and not have the correct, relevant information. Those categories are
1) giving credit to the source (and there's nothing else in the caption);
2) some short description of the story;
3) the entire article itself.
The photo caption should describe what's in the photo primarily, e.g., if it's a person, then who the person is, otherwise people will think it's the photographer's name that is the subject of the picture if there's only credit. Context (e.g., short description) and credit (like photographer or other source) are secondary. I'm not saying don't put those in, but at least describe the primary content first, such as giving the name of the person(s) depicted in the picture, and don't put in the entire article into the caption.
You used to do captions correctly. Why are you not doing them right anymore? I don't know why this even needs to be voted on. It should not be something that even comes up, as you should do your job right. You shouldn't let it slip and then find an excuse to not correct it just because it may not get enough votes.
Even this text box for feedback--why is it so tiny? How do you expect people to give you feedback easily?