However, I've got two which I would like to show here and ask for some advice as I would like them to enter the database but I'm not sure they qualify.
Number 1 is from a 747 popping out of the fog on a rainy day. It's obviously not your average sunny picture, there might be some quality issues here and the weird light gives it a somewhat soft/plastic look, but I've seen worse and it is an interesting picture you can't shoot every day. Is it good enough?
Number 2 is a T7 rotating with heavy fogged engines. It is on the edge of being blurry (or maybe just over it). What do you think?
Do you have any specific handy tips on ISO values and shutter speed for aviation photography in bad weather. I'm very interested as I know that my bad weather pictures are often more luck than wisdom.