|Quoting ThierryD (Reply 1):|
It clearly appears as if the screeners and headscreeners had a common guideline
Yes there once was one but it was never released. Why? No idea.
|Quoting Dendrobatid (Reply 2):|
I think it is very bad form to complain of not understanding a rejection but ignoring (or omitting) the fact that a screener has given a personal for that very reason !
About the dark rejection. Yes i recognized it. I didn't put that part under question in anyway in my thread starting message. I used the examples shown to maybe finally get a clearer guideline on what's acceptable and what not.
About "ignoring or omitting a fact", sorry there was no personal message. In myphotos this pic shows up as motiv and dark, no personal there and i am sure you can check this going through my rejections on the screeners list.
So a part of the hand is a NOA
_motive rejection but pilots ears with headsets and pilots shoulders are not. Good to know. This might be the first part of a common guideline.
|Quoting JetAv8r (Reply 10):|
From my stand point of view it seems like the standards on cockpit photos has changed dramatically in the last month.
And photos showing them are accepted. Just go through the last 500 top of 24 hours and you will find them. http://www.airliners.net/search/photo.search?tophistory=yes
You might find some pic there and in the flightdeck section only with flash glare visible but judging by those lead me to the impression that small spots of flash glare are acceptable as long as you can read the instruments. No?
What about dark screens? acceptable or not?
Does the outside world has to be exposed correctly or not?
A common guideline (there will always be exceptions as we all know) would be really handy here. As it appears now this area is just like russian roulette in the moment.