|Quoting DC10Tim (Reply 5):|
Whether a.net standards or not, I'm not sure, but I've had shots accepted taken in such bad light.
Same here. I don't quite understand this notion that all pics taken in bad weather, less than ideal light, or perhaps even backlit don't deserve any further attention after transfering from them from the camera to the computer. I say no matter what, play with it, see what you can get out of it, and heck give it a shot here at airliners.net. The crop is the big issue with your photo, not the weather. Crop aside, I see no reason why, based on the conditions, your shot wouldn't stand a fair chance in the queue. I think it came out well.
I really enjoy this forum, and I always appreciate the feedback. But as I have said before, often times this forum tears photos apart more so than the screeners. I have had photos written off immediately by members of the forum, but accepted by the screeners. Take all the advice you can get from the experienced members around here, but in the end, make your own judgement. If you really want to know if a photo stands a chance, upload it. You'll find out soon enough.
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