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  • Overcast conditions photos?

    Hello! I’m fairly new to JetPhotos, and I have a quick question. How are screeners when it comes to uploading photos with overcast/cloudy conditions, but with good lighting? I’ve been told by a friend that it’s not even worth trying, but I wanted to hear it from the pros!

    Thank you!

    -Mason M.

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    If it's overcast/very cloudy, the lighting will not be good. There is a small chance you can edit a photo to look good, but not worth wasting slots, especially if you're new.

    If it's somewhat cloudy but the plane has good light, there is a higher chance of the photo getting accepted.
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    Felipe Garcia

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    • #3
      That answered my question! Thank you so very much!

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      • #4
        With the right photo, sometimes, overcast shots can be accepted. HOWEVER, these need to be edited perfectly, and often need a high contrast background to work.
        See
        https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10228227
        https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10271451

        These shots are the exception rather than the norm

        Unless you've got a whole lot of editing experience, and know exactly what screeners want, don't bother. In other words, anything under 500 accepted, it won't be worth trying

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