Quote Originally Posted by Diego727 View Post
I saw a lot of rejections due to contrast on cloudy days, is impossible to have blue skies always and overcast sky is part of the aviation too, I think that is a good idea be a little flexible on that cases.

I agree with the idea to find another rejection reason, because, when I see the contrast rejection the first thing that comes to my mind is Ok, I can fix it, but if the rejection is beyond of the contrast should be good idea add another rejection category, to avoid double upload.
Hi Diego. I can say my thoughts on this.
I believe that anyone is free to photograph an airplane in all weather conditions, but if you decide to upload them to share them here, I think it is right to stick to the community guidelines. I think this makes work more tidy and leaves no room for discussions on the quality of the shots.
Excuse my bad English.